A Beautiful Edge of the World B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Beautiful Edge of the World B&B Captain Cook
We spent three nights there and everything was just wonderful. The house, the hosts, their hospitality and lovely coffee from their farm. The house has a fabulous view.
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The Actual Last Day Well hot damn. The day has come. We're sitting in the Honolulu International Airport at an over-priced airport bar pretending to be okay with the fact that we are voluntarily leaving paradise. It's been an emotional day. There's so much to look forward to in going home, and so much to miss that we're leaving behind. *** But I digress. Let's go back to Saturday night. We had planned on a beach-side cookout, but the Island and Pele would have none of that. We tried but ...
... hour drinks. We met up with Erin, who had spent the day catching up with an old friend who lives in town. We had a great time as usual; good conversation and good laughs shared. We spoke about how the island brings people together in uncanny ways. How people come into your life for a time and a reason, and how paths that cross once may cross again. As with all good things, the day started to wind down and we headed out to catch the bus back to the farm. [Jack Says: ...
... prune a leaf and that bad boy hits the ground. The weird little loppers - made by Fiskar, which gave me a giggle - also make a terribly satisfying crunch when you get a branch just right. Bananas themselves are pretty cool. We learned that banana "trees" aren't actually a tree. They're huge herbaceous annuals. Each trunk only produces one rack of bananas, and when one banana in the bunch turns yellow, it's time to *saw the trunk in half* so ...
... just see. Then followed an hours drive through tropical fruit farms to the next attraction. We had 15 miles of bends to start off with. As we were sitting right at the back, the constant movement of the bus started to get to us and for the first time in my life I felt car sick. At that very moment our driver said well that's that all down hill from here. Except the mist turned to cloud, which turned to drizzle and finally rain. Oh no! Even the driver wasn't very optimistic. ...
Yesterday was set aside to watch the Seahawks repeat as Super Bowl Champions. It was exciting but didn't turn out the way we had hoped. There were a lot of really grumpy people around the old BBQ last night! The sun came up however, even though some predicted it wouldn't. We had an early breakfast and set off to Greenwell's Coffee Farm to learn all about the tasty bean. We had a great guide on the farm tour who told us a fascinating story of the Greenwell ...