Areca Palms Estate Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... human being; a big sweet teddy bear of a guy. We then got invited to Tara's friend's apartment right above the pizza joint. We hung out with some real hippy locals while they drank wine and played guitar in a little studio apartment. Proof that you never need much to be happy. *** Sunday was our last adventure day. We decided to kayak out to the Captain Cook Monument, which is the picture featured on the cover photo of this blog. We had no idea what a treat we'd be in for with this ...
... coming from a coffee drinking family, this blew me away. And it boggles my mind how little the farmers must be getting paid when I'm able to buy a pound of coffee for $7.99 at Trader Joe's. It's a very eye opening experience seeing where your food really comes from. Bananas for 19 cents a pound are like... Thievery. It's a shame how under appreciated our farmers are. This is hard work. And we're so used to those "third world" "cheap labor" prices, we think ...
... and go to town... I liked landscaping with my Grandfather as a kid and this is very similar. Plus it keeps the bugs away! A side note on the bugs- I'm being eaten alive. I've lost count of the bites. But I don't despair! How, you ask? Well a) Hawaii has me in a very zen place. And b) provided you don't scratch, the initial itch usually goes away in a few hours. By the next day they're just tiny red bumps. So that's the trick- no scratching. ...
... to the farm to get a run of the intern garden we'll be working twice a week. Met the new wwoofer - Lacey. She gets eaten by the mosquitos as much as I do. =P Unfortunately Meg was in bed by 6 with a migraine. Could be traveling, change of sleep and eating habits, the heat, her glasses... Poor baby was down for the count. But even she said as the day wrapped up that it was such a perfect experience. What a trooper. We discovered today that Aloha ...
... green sea turtles. Success! Brie is in love with sea turtles, so she was in heaven. We continued up the Kohala Coast to the Waikoloa Resort area. We saw some awesome goats along the resort road, eating their expensive bushes and flowers and navigating the lava rocks alongside. Too funny. We had a nice supper there at Roy's, an upscale restaurant where Ryan remembers having his best meal ever at the one on Maui. It did not disappoint. :) Tuesday Great day today. We headed to the bay ...