Ali'i Bluffs Windward Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Australia. It has now been restored beautifully. In fact you have to wear special little booties to keep the floor in good condition...and your are not to 'touch, rub or spit on the furniture' needless to say we were well behaved! Having visited the palace, we now realise where most of the street names originate. Coincidently most of the street names begin with k. This is a bit tricky when you are trying to navigate around the town. It was another beautiful blue sky ...
... for me to donate, give away and purge items. For those of you who know me, purge is NOT a word I am use to, but this is the new me. Well, almost, lol because I still ended up sending home two 70lb boxes and 10 priority mail boxes. Let’s just say in the words of Terry Teschel when he went to his P.O. Box… “I had to go the hospital after the hernia you caused me to have from lifting your boxes.” Sorry Dad, I needed to keep Penny, my ...
... t miss the sunset. Unfortunately it was too late to go paddle boarding as the rental places were closing but we hopped back out on our boogie boards. We waded out and watched the sun set from the sea while bobbing up and over the waves - it was magical. The tide was going out so the sea really was dragging us out and the water was getting dark. There weren't many people around after the sun had actually set and Dais panicked. ...
... about the fabric of this society for homelessness and poverty to be so pertinent...there is something that is not being addressed adequately.'
There are jobs...nearly every shop we passed had advertisements on their doors / windows inviting applicants. But somehow, there is a chasm between the poor / ill equipped / socially disadvantaged / mentally ill and 'work / every day life'.
Another thing I noticed is that people ...
... pictures of volcanic formations and the Pacific Ocean.
Our drive ended at Byod-in Temple in the Valley of the Temples. This is a Japanese-style temple with a 900 foot Buddha. We walked around the Temple for a while and then continued along the road. Now we are on the opposite side of the road from yesterday, heading south. We stopped again at Dole to pick up some stuff for gifts.
This time, I fell ...