Camp Aloha Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Even after a long day yesterday, I got up for my walk downtown. Doug got up and joined me today. We walked right downtown to see the guys preparing the "pig pit" for the festivities at the King Kamehamehah hotel tonight. We stopped for a coffee on the beach before going home. The gang were ready to go Snorkeling for 9:30 so off we went. Doug and Joan are by their own admission "not really Snorkeling people" but they had a great time and were ...
... and beach. There were lots of the fish as usual. A great place to snorkel and there is room for the surfers on the other side where the waves are.
After coming back we just lazed around the pool and had the afternoon off since we were going star gazing this evening. The drive is an hour and a half each way. Oh my, it was a bit cold up the centre only 7 degrees calcium but we were all rugged up. At ...
... to charge us $17.00 a day. We got a manager involved and he begrudgingly waived the fee.
We are having a great time! The last couple of days we have rented snorkelling gear and explored the beaches and reefs along the Kona coast. You will be glad to know that Gavin is still in one piece and is now whizzing around the beaches and bays like a pro. Under the water really is like Finding Nemo although fortunately we are yet to run into any sharks. We are still on the hunt for a sea turtle and will be heading out early tomorrow morning, the best time to see them. ...
Definitely another highlight of our trip. And something we weren't expecting at all. We all spent quite a while in the water with the turtles, but eventually had to get out because we wanted to pick up tuna again for our second-last supper. We said goodbye to the turtles and headed off to Costco again. On our way we stopped at a chocolate factory called Donkey Balls, just because of the name. And that evening we had out last good night swim in the condo pool.