Dragonfly Ranch - Healing Arts Center
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Aloha and happy hump day! Today started out similarly as yesterday with Jack and myself picking fallen fruits (mango, passion fruit, avocado, ice cream bean, and then more mangos) with Bonnie. We're getting better at the "Easter Egg Hunt" Bonnie calls it; when we're looking for passion fruits in the tall grass it's like finding an Easter egg! Our knowledge of where we are on the farm has grown too as we get our bearings. Bonnie showed Jack a bit of ...
Thursday It rained hard all night, keeping us all awake. Today we had a whale watch tour booked with Captain Zodiak, and we were worried about the weather after our helicopter debacle. But the weather was perfect to be out on the water and we had a great morning. As the name suggests, Captain Zodiak's tours are done on zodiak boats, which brings the passengers closer to the water and any marine life. They are fast and highly maneuverable, as our captain Shane ...
We've had a winter weather system hanging over the islands for a few days now, bringing lots of rainy weather. We had a month straight of beautiful warm sunny weather before the kids came, and would gladly have exchanged a few days of that to give them more sunny weather while they're here. However, you can't sit around inside when you have a limited number of days to explore. We had previously booked overnite accomodations at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for Monday, March 9, ...
Thursday We drove to the southernmost tip of the island: -- Papalokea Beach (aka Green Sand Beach). We found our way to a parking lot where locals offer to drive you the 3 miles each way to the beach. We have a 4x4 Jeep ... how tough can it be? After less than a mile, we found out exactly how tough, and turned back. For $15 each we had a sweet old fisherman, Uncle Eddy, take us in the box of his truck. Before we headed out, I asked Uncle Eddy if there were bathroom facilities I ...
On Saturday we had a busy day. We got up early to take a cab to the airport, where we picked up our rental Jeep. Then we headed to Costo for groceries and made it back to the condo to pack up and "check out" by 11. Since we had a lot of frozen and perishable food and no cooler to transport them, we headed straight to the Napoopoo house. Check in wasn't til 4, so the cleaner was still there when we got there but she let us put our stuff in the fridge and freezer. Then we headed back ...