Honu Kai B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... its moment to shine in my mind. Brilliant, and sublime. Meg's Final Thoughts: Between the suggestions from those we've met along the way and Bonnie's recommendations, we did and saw so many amazing things! I tried really hard to embrace the fact that we weren't on a schedule and just enjoy each moment for however long we could. Like Jack mentioned above, I just kept being overcome with emotion at how incredible each part of our weekend really was. When I'm here I feel ...
... walk without the lifted rig, I would recommend it to anyone. It almost wouldnt be worth it if you had to walk! We bounced around with 9 other passengers in the back for about 30 minutes and boom! We were there. All in all, thirty minutes was about enough. I collected some sand in my shoe and we were off! We "tipped" our driver and were off to kona for some much needed dinner. We wound our way back to Waimea after hit the hay. What a day! Keep in touch, theres more to ...
... And it’s a good job we didn't pay for the upgrade as when we got outside the guy told us to choose from any of the Camaros or Mustangs. We chose a black mustang convertible.
The drive to Kona was beautiful. Colourful flowers and bushes all along the highway. Certainly beats the M25! We drove through the centre of Kona to get to our hotel/ condo. It was so quaint and pretty, I really started to feel like we were on a tropical island.
We got to the hotel ...
... bars is very touristy...no supermarkets or bakeries. All that is further up the hill and only accessible by car ( hire or taxi) so we bought lunch at the ABC ( corner stores found on many corners, selling basic supplies, a little like a 7 eleven). It was very pleasant picnicking on the beach. A pleasant swim in the rock pool beside the hotel was followed by a snooze, maitai's at the bar during happy hour and another light meal at a beachside cafe. No sunset tonight, far too ...
... the most massive mountain on Earth, with 10,000 cubic miles of rock!). On the north side is the taller volcano, Mauna Kea or "white mountain", named for the snow often on its summit. Saddle Road crests at 6,578 ft, then descends toward the city of Hilo on the east coast. The landscape changes to lush rainforest, and the coastline going north is breathtaking. Black beaches, waterfalls, streams, swimming holes, fruit farms, gigantic trees, gultches, ...