Aloha Happy Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... odd walking through natural steam vents; and they were warm! While there was a roadblock, we headed to the Volcano winery, situated near our cottage. It turned out they did wine tastings for $5 - Dev was a very good sport while I tried 7 different types of wine, and possibly got a little bit drunk! Dev tried a little bit here and there too ;-) After the road block went away, we headed up to the Jagger museum, where we had been the night before. Last night you could see the ...
... that Hawaii is basically not the US and the personalities that you meet here are ones that are grounding and carry only the best energy of love, liberation and freedom. So, again, this is another message to never judge what a place may be like by the stories you here or the pictures you see and never judge what a person may be like by the look on their face or the clothes that cover their skin. Realise only the reality when you live it yourself.
... is a cow - yes, our resident cows had come to check me out! I had walked down the stairs from our porch to get a better view of the night sky from the ground. My tripod was all set up and I was fiddling with the Nexus tablet playing with different settings. Have you ever had a one sided conversation with cows? That's me and my camera tonight. You'll have to guess what we talked about!
... stay much longer. We are using snorkel equipment left here at the house for our use. That is a good thing because there doesn't seem to be anywhere to rent equipment around here. After snorkeling, we stopped at the Ahalanui Beach park. This is thermal heated natural pool the locals use as well as visitors. A very electic group of people were here the day we were there. Lunch was at Isaac Hale park as ...
... pulled ourselves away from the park and headed back to the house to pack our bags and get ready for our early morning flight. Patricia was once again very excited to see us and hear our stories and this once again led to us drinking wine and chatting the whole night. Before we knew it, it was 1am and we had to be up at 6am. Oops!! We made it up early still despite being bleary eyed and headed to the airport, although we didn't get to say a proper goodbye to Patricia as she ...