Hale Ho'ola B&B
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... the 500 pound ones can do that! We saw many of them 'hanging loose' or swimming. Closeby was the Honokohau Harbour built in 1970 to ease the traffic off of the small Kailua pier. Most of Kona's catch comes from here. We had a snack at Bite me bar and Grill at the harbour. Our waitress, Kelly, was a sweet fun lady. I ordered the ceviche on lettuce and Harry ordered the catch of the day, a monchong fish on salad greens. ...
... to live you had to make a dash to the Place of Refuge.
So mid morning, we were off down Highway 11, aiming for mile post 108, where we had been told to turn right. The only thing we could find at mile post 108 was a coffee shop, so we had to stop.. Refreshed, we asked for directions and back tracked a mile or so to the turning to the coast. The waves at the beach were really quite rough and a little too much for us to contemplate swimming so it looked as if ...
... much. The three Japanese ladies working there were very friendly. Cheryl purchased 6 yards of fabric for pillows in the family room and complimented the ladies on their wonderful store.
We explored the little village for just a short while as there’s not much left there, then made a quick trip to Safeway again for some supplies.
Back at the condo, Mac and Josie wanted to go to the pool, so Cheryl and the kids headed to the pool ...
... homemade fettuccine alfredo while Levi made Hawaii BBQ beef and Pork & potato adobo. Very delicious and very very filling. We all ate a lot of it.
We then set out for a new adventure: SWIMMING WITH MANTA RAYS! A napping cat greeted us on a rock by the dock. While on the dock we saw some cool sea creatures swimming in the water below the boat including a spotted eagle ray and an old sea turtle.
The captain and crew were very friendly and ...
... to be a rat, so I thought it could've been a squirrel, but it didn't arch it's tail. I later found out that it was a mongoose. Supposedly, they brought mongeese in to try and take care of the rat population. But, Rats are nocturnal, the mongoose is not. Alas, the big island has a daytime rodent and a night time rodent.
We set out for snorkeling today. As a family we drove south to rent some Snorkel gear from Snorkel ...
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