Camp Aloha Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Oh, the ocean. I'm heartbroken - and that's not hyperbolic - about leaving this ocean. So blue and so warm and so alive and so inviting. It has been one of my favorite elements of this experience. I already know going back to any other beach is going to make me oddly homesick for these beaches. I don't want to leave them. I'm going to miss the smells. The farm has a smell - I can only describe it as green. Funny, using a color to describe a scent. But it smells green; like ...
... 2.5 bags in 2.5 hours. This is only the first step out of 12 or 13 before the nuts can be bagged for market. Jack has learned how to husk (step 2) and sort the mac nuts (probably step 11). I've learned how to crack them after the husks are off (step 6 or 7?) It's a very labor intensive process, but now we know why Mac nuts are so expensive! Another important job is picking the coffee beans that have turned red. If they turn red prematurely before the harvest, it's for a vey ...
... Things just got better and better - Dolphins were jumping in front of us, doing amazing spins. It was so amazing to be swimming and turn your head to have a dolphin swimming right beside you, so close - oh it was all so awesome - a really special experience. We played and swam with Dolphins for almost 2 hours. then we had breakfast ( croissants and fresh fruit), before heading up to the spot where ...
... and saw the woodturner's guild was having a show of their work. Everyone enjoyed seeing the turning. I got some amazing pictures and some inspiration. Most of the pieces were for sale but most prices were in the thousands of dollars! Yikes. We stopped at a coffee shop and we tried some lilekoi ice cream. It is made from passion fruit and was delicious. Home by 6:00 tonight. This is John and Rooney's second last night so we are trying to BBQ our way to empty ...
I got up this morning and set off for a walk into town at 6:45! I think some of Jon is rubbing off on me! It was a 45 minute leisurely stroll into town. I stopped for a coffee at a street side Cafe and sat down and chatted with a 70 year old guy from Alaska. He has been coming here every year since 1971. He owns a big pretzel making company in the states ( he told me the name but since I don't like pretzels, it went in one ear and out the other). He ...