Areca Palms Estate Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the clouds rolled in, we started to wonder about the wisdom of our decision. When we arrived at the airport, I invoked my internal Pele and huffed and puffed about the time change, and got us a $240 discount. Excellent. They proceeded with the safety demonstration and we watched the video of all the wonderful things we would see, then had to go back to the Jeep to put hats and headbands away (not allowed in case they fly off into the rotor), get a jacket for Bennett (yes, even ...
... many built by Japanese immigrants. Our first stop was the Keauhou Store, established in 1919. A couple purchased nestled the business, and they make the greatest cookies. A must stop. We then checked out the Holualoa Inn, a luxurious bed and breakfast with an amazing view. It would be a wonderful splurge for 2 nights. Back to the condo for. A Mai Tai , a sunset and grilled Korean ...
This morning I was awakened by the sound of the natural island species of birds and other creatures. I'm definitely not a morning person but it was a whole new experience to just lie in bed and listen to the beautiful songs they were singing. I walked out onto the balcony and all I could smell was the breakfast that the kitchen was cooking, it smelt divine, The cooks made bacon and eggs with French toast and a side of hot pancakes. It tasted ...
... pics (Lochie lost a flipper in the excitement) and I got a pic of one hanging out on a rock (I like to think he went up there especially so I could see him). Sadly my photos of Mr Turtle are on my actual camera, so I don't have any to upload to the blog right now. I'm not sure if it was an altitude thing, but I started to feel a bit fluey, so we went back to the resort and I had a nap while the boys had a few Happy Hour drinks in the pool ...
Since this was going to be our last full day, we decided to do one more snorkeling trip. We'd heard from some people we'd talk to at Kahalu'u beach that there was another really good / lesser known snorkeling place that had some neat things. We weren't really clear on the name because we'd heard it called City of Refuge as well as Two Step. Apparently they're pretty synonymous. In anycase, the place is in Honaunau Bay, just south of the Captain Cook monument (that we ...