Hale Huanani Bed and Breakfast
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... Sompong is quite certain that at some point the economics will change. Deborah sells all the excess papayas, Meyer lemons, limes, and lilikoi also, to the local health food stores (except Whole Foods, which doesn't deal with farms as small as ours). Her best "money crop" is Hawaiian hot peppers, which she sells to the Volcano Spice Company for $20 a quart.
Each day there is a harvest of greens that will be used in meal preparation for that day. Everything is so fresh ...
... the sun set, we headed out for supper at a place I had spied a few times - Big Daddy's Smokehouse BBQ. I had the burnt edges and Joel had the brisket - very good all around. The chocolate pie for dessert didn't disappoint either. We came back to the condo and I did a little packing, and made sure all of our purchases were recorded on a list I had started. Looking forward to our last few days ...
... wasn’t as bad today as it was yesterday in Hilo. While we walked he told us about how he moved out to Hawaii and that he loves it here, and I told him how jealous I was. As we got to the Hard Rock Café he pointed us in the right direction and then handed us a card with his number on it. He said if we come back he’d love to show us around the island more and not just down the street. I took that as a nice gesture and walked on.
So we found ...
... we made our way back to the condo and pool. He is fine but a sandy beach was not a good plan.
We watched a great sunset from our deck, Doug and Patti's last night on the deck.
Dinner out was at the Sheraton they make amazing short ribs... we had a fun night. Patti and I actually stayed up till midnight our latest night on the trip :-)
It has been nearly two weeks since we left Papua New Guinea, and it is remarkable to look back at what a unique and interesting trip we had there! Nearly everyone we meet has a similar reaction when we mention we were in PNG, "Wow, I've heard it is primitive and dangerous". Certainly both of those are true, but properly managed, they make for a great adventure.
From this point forward, our travels will be taking on a much less "adventurous" dimension, and will ...