Aaah the Views Bed and Breakfast
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We're currently sitting in the parking lot of the marina where we will be boarding a boat that will take us out to sea. We'll watch the sunset, eat seafood snacks, and then go snorkeling with manta rays. Yes. Snorkeling. At night. With manta rays. It's all the rage out here and even Bonnie said it's a can't-miss activity in Kona. You get to hop in the water and hang onto a raft that has a big light affixed to ...
... the tsunami that took place on April 1, 1946! then we went on to check in at HPA (Hawaiian Pacific Academy); it's an amazing private school! feels much more like a home:) finally some beach time!! we headed down to Hapuna Beach and Keni Anne, Layne, Jessi and I were lucky enough to be swimming and see a sea turtle! how cool!! busy day! now turning in for an even busier day tomorrow! ...
The extent of our plans are one-way tickets to Thailand on June 22nd. Our passports and plans out of Thailand are still in limbo as we wait patiently for the Chinese consulate to decide if we are going to be allowed to visit Tenzin's family in Lhasa. It is taking every ounce of my being not to go crazy with the lack of plans. I ...
... by the end of the week had also skyped my NSWSM (not so wicked stepmother!) Lee and had an hour long phone call with my Nan and Grandad Bill. All we needed now was that sunshine!
The drive to Kona took us along the volcanic South Coast where the highway had literally been carved through past lava fields then up the West until we reached our destination.
The weather alas was not playing ball and ...
... we were both freezing with the roof down but didn't want to put it back up so we just braved it. The whole journey we had been looking for a error station with no luck. We eventually found one at the bottom of the mountain. There was the usual panic of whether or not we needed to tip. We chose not to but the whole situation was made really comical by Jess rolling down to talk to the guy despite the roof already being down. I for some reason found it hilarious and ...