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... the tsunami that took place on April 1, 1946! then we went on to check in at HPA (Hawaiian Pacific Academy); it's an amazing private school! feels much more like a home:) finally some beach time!! we headed down to Hapuna Beach and Keni Anne, Layne, Jessi and I were lucky enough to be swimming and see a sea turtle! how cool!! busy day! now turning in for an even busier day tomorrow! ...
... one was a joke and we unfortunately left. The second shop (TC Tattoo) seemed great. The guys work was awesome and he knew exactly what I wanted to do. I gave him a copy of my sketch, put down 20$, and made an appointment for the next day at noon. We'll see how it comes out. Shay and I met up with Sam and Chris shortly after, had some coffee, and headed over to Kona Brewing Company. This place is like an adult amusement park. Kids can eat ...
... I'd say.
Ness wondered whether we'd be able to see the lava from the active volcano crater that we'd viewed on Tuesday on our way back down Mauna Kea, but she thought that it was a silly question so didn't ask. Turns out clever clogs was right yet again and Jim pointed out a red glow directly in front of us in the distance (not to be confused with car lights, which I might have ...
... and planned to build a public garden to be enjoyed by others. It is just chock full of vegetation - lots of tropical plants just like our houseplants - only huge. There were tall palms, ficus and monkey pod trees. The orchid collection was awe-inducing. There was a heliconia section - quite extensive - an anthurium section and a section with lovely varigated-leafed pants. Both Kara and I found we really enjoyed them. Kara's ...
... to go bowl a game during the week. After they returned we went back to the Queens Market Stores and King Market Stores to do some more shopping for gifts and a few things for the condo.
Dinner time so we are eating inside since the humidity is way up tonight. Tomorrow we will head back over to Hilo for our Helicopter tour of the volcanos and water falls.
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66 - 1773 Alaneo Street, Kamuela | 3 star b&bfrom $125
- ...all loved it
- Excellent hosts and a beautiful setting
- Highly Recommend the Dream Room
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