Honu Kai B&B
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- Free parking
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... a lot of pretzels though as he brings 75 people who work in his factory in Anchorage to Hawaii for a week long vacation and golf tournament. Very nice chap and we had a good visit over coffee. On the way back I stopped at trusty old Snorkel Bob's to rent my fins for the month (I leave mine at home as they take up too much suitcase room) and $25 for the time here is well worth it. Dianne was chomping at the bit to go snorkelling so I had a quick bite ...
... note. We went down to see the sunset with the "residents" and met a few folks from Chemainus and Wisconsin. After this evening ritual, everyone disperses to cook supper. We had bought a cooked chicken at Costco today so filled a plate with salad greens and tomatoes and had a lovely dinner. I think we will be heading to bed early tonight and try to get caught up. Will try to get out with Verna to the Farmer's Market tomorrow and then see what the day ...
... first night so just hit the sack when we got here, but it was a pretty noisy night and morning (we were woken by cars and lorries on the main road at 7.30am!) so we asked to be moved and we now have a lovely room overlooking the ocean - nice! So, yesterday we went on a day long trip to see the volcanoes, was a good trip, if a bit rushed, but visited a coffee farm and saw green turtles on the beach on the ...
... for some easy snorkeling also. Got to the small boat harbor about 1:00 PM, several boats were coming in from morning runs. Cloudy and overcast which was fine with us, there were 15 people aboard; captain was Philip and deckhand Sara. About a 45 minute ride aboard the 50' catamaran, called Hokuhele. We dropped anchor in Kealakekua Bay where we also heard of the demise of Captain Cook. A memorial marks the approximate spot and ...
... had to purchase a couple shirts. We sat along the lava wall on Ali Drive to finish watching the sunset. Then headed home.
A relaxing day. I think we are all adjusting to "Hawaiian time". Tomorrow we will venture out a bit but not for sure what we are going to do. I hope you enjoy the pictures because that's about all I have for you ...