Areca Palms Estate Bed and Breakfast
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... fast because we had Wifi on the plane. Second flight....not so fast. No Wifi over the ocean. Lots of word searches, reading and watching the movie Divergent. We landed in Kona at 1:45 pm, which is 6:45 pm at home.
I really like Kona Airport because of the stairway out the airplane. As soon as we stepped off the plane, we could smell the flowers! Grabbed the shuttle ...
... in for lunch (burgers with all the trimmings, pasta salad, pop, chips). Then off we went back in to snorkel. Oh, the coral was so lovely and the fishes were spectacular. Not sure if I saw a turtle or not. Did see a small eel, which is probably better for me than a bigger for me. On the way back apparently there was a whale but we missed it. Eventually we found a great spot on the front of the boat to ...
... rose, and a number of quarrels broke out between the Europeans and Hawaiians. On 14 February 1779, some Hawaiians took one of Cook's small boats, so he attempted to lure and take hostage the King of Hawaii, Kalani'opu'u. The Hawaiians prevented this, and Cook's men had to retreat to the beach. As Cook turned his back to help launch the boats, he was struck on the head by the villagers and then stabbed to death as he fell ...
After a tour of Kurt's garden and some overdue ironing we set off back to Hilo. Weather not so great as we got back to the Hilo side of the island so nothing to report.
The Edge of the World has been a great B & B. If it would have been possible to ...
... after getting her milk that Josie spilled a bit. Our Jo!
Lunch was good, and we shopped around a bit in some of the stores, then made our way back to the gate. Mac was trying to persuade Mark to buy a new camera at one of the shops for a thrifty $400, but the airport is not the place to buy such things. A pack of gum, a magazine – yes; a $400 camera, no. Mac marveled at all of the “Army guys” that he saw in fatigues. It’s ...