Bougainvillea Bed and Breakfast
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... stateside because roasted coffee beans don't have a long shelf-life. Green beans have a shelf-life of two years so they are shipped worldwide to be roasted and packaged. You buy Greenwell Farms Kona coffee beans as Peete's, Seattle's Best, and Green Mountain to name a few. At the Farm, you could buy Greenwell Farms roasted coffee beans and we samples their various choices.
Back on the narrow winding road ...
... it was sunny, hot, and steamy.
Stopped at Ka'u plantation, Royal Hawaiian, and Kona Joe's. like a wine tasting, only with coffee....stopping when the place looked inviting. Had some great coffees, Ka'u is a new area that is starting to give 'kona' a run for their money. and Kona Joe is growing his coffee like a they grow grapes for wine. He's patented a ...
... want to remember the little things. It's a little heart wrenching having to leave. There's so much we're going to miss. But there's also a lot we're looking forward to about going home. It's simple things - a toilet that flushes; a hot shower. Our cats for sure. I miss my fur babies so much I could explode. Our friends! A reliable mode of transportation... I felt a little guilty realizing a lot of things we missed were very "first world" style amenities. Just a ...
... nut and banana pancakes! We did a bit of window shopping and found this amazing store that sells hand carved jewelry. We struck up conversation with the store owner and told her a little about our farm and our trip. She took a shine to us and told us, "I want you to go home with something that resonates with you." She offered us half-off of our purchases too! Jack got a really neat fishing hook shaped carving and I gravitated towards one with two turtles. ...
Aloha, Meg here! I've had a lot of time to think about everything we're learning on the farm and trying to keep it all safely tucked away in my brain. During our first week, Bonnie would ask us questions about the farm during a task like,"Which section of the farm are we in?" or "What kind of tree is that?" And a few times I would guess with half-hearted conviction wanting desperately to please her with my accurate answer. Alas, more often than not, I got the question wrong...or ...