Hale Ho'ola B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Yes, transition can be ******* us all.
Want you to meet my friend Paige. She is amazing. Paige started working with us at the Go Center in housekeeping. She's a great little housekeeper too. But I think I love Paige's personality and heart the most. She is always trying to look on the bright side of things and willing to YIELD.. as demonstrated the day we went on an outing ...
... ladles full of brown gravy. Douglas' favourite was the poke, raw ahi tuna, and the lomi lomi, raw marinated salmon, and, of course, macadamia nuts! Happy hour at Jackie Rey's had delicious mai tais, poke and kālua pork spring rolls, the excellent luau at Royal Kona let us try poi, mahi mahi, smoked-in-the-ground-oven kālua pig, teriyaki beef & chicken (and lots of mai tais!!), and we ...
... Much spiffier than I remember the Edmonton Airport being.
The flight to Vancouver was short, and unfortunately we didn't get to see any mountains. And of course, getting through customs for the US in Vancouver was brutal. HUGE long line with only a couple scanners open (and of course, the 'special people' got to skip the line and have a scanner to themselves). We stopped at the duty free on our quick jog to ...
... 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 ...
... Hawaii with Kilauea erupting continuously since 1976 and adding something like 75 acres to the island.
There are about 180,000 residents of the Big Island. Wildlife is mostly introduced animals like pigs that came with the Polynesians, the black rat, and the indian mongoose. The mongoose was introduced to control the rats in the sugar cane but the rats are nocturnal and the mongoose isn't so the mongoose moved on to ...