Ala Kai Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... breakfast for us but also packed a lunch cooler for us with some sandwiches, snacks and lemonade made out of kalpi lemon - a citrus hybrid that's now one of the most popular lemons on Hawaii. John is a native of Southern California, so we talked to him at length about that and about how he and Paula decided to move here to the Big Island just 8 months ago. Paula is from Venezuela and her Latin roots came through in her vivacious personality and her hospitality. ...
... road to the summit was still closed, or reschedule our tour for tomorrow (Wed, Dec 25). We opted for rescheduling for the next day, which freed up just about our entire afternoon. Alas, there was plenty to do in Hilo and the surroundings, so we didn't skip a beat.
Our first stop of the day was Akaka Falls State Park. This little park offers a concrete path that loops around the lush cliffs above a river and eventually leads up to the 442-ft Akaka Falls. This was our ...
... of LAX was far, far away. Between that and the blanket of humidity that wrapped itself around us and gave us a big Hawaiian hug (no more dry air!!!!), we knew we were on vacation!
We picked up our rental car, which got upgraded to a convertible mustang, and headed south towards Kailua Kona, the biggest city on the island. We were starving, so our first stop was Big Island Grill - a find courtesy of my Lonely Planet guidebook. We ordered ...
We woke up exceptionally early today - about 5.45am! This was so we could visit the farmers market in the town we are staying in - Volcano. We popped in and bought a loaf of bread (you would not believe how expensive the bread is here!!!!), some lettuce and also a whole coconut! The guy who sold it to us cut it open and gave us some straws and a little cocktail umbrella to drink it with! Yummy :) We then left for Hilo where we were to catch our helicopter tour :) we booked a ...
We are heading into town to visit Mary and Gary. Mary was our pastor in Seattle and has taken a church here in Hilo. Cathie and Fred are going on an excursion to the volcano. This is our view this morning. 20 percent chance of rain today but that won't detour anything since its nice and warm too! We went into Hilo and met Mary and Gary for lunch and some touring around the area. I had fresh MahiMahi ...