Honu Kai B&B
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... the Thunder Mountain Coffee Plantation which is about 3500 feet above sea level. They grow Kona Coffee there and we might have had the best coffee ever there. The tour was very interesting and we now have a new appreciation for the cost of Kona Coffee after learning everything that happens to get it in into a cup! On our way back from Thunder Mountain Coffee, we decided to drive through Kekaha Kai State Park which is a lava flow that occurred only 150 years ago. The rock ...
... is now black lava rocks. 1.6 kilometres across the bay is a white obelisk, the Captain Cook Monument which was erected in 1874 by British sailors. It is near the spot where Cook was killed in 1779 by Hawaiians. The interesting thing is the monument is actually on British soil. The small plot was deeded to the United Kingdom by Princess Likelike. But you don't need your passport to go there.
Our scooter broke down about 15 times on our way home. We were not very ...
... from on top of the longboard and had such fun.
We were out in the ocean about 4 hours and I enjoyed every minute of it.
here fishy fishy fishy
Oh,,, there you are
Jacob up close and personal, he was thrilled
the group, done and ready to go home. The dolphins are out to sea now so off we go.
trying out longboarding,,, probably won't buy one real soon. ...
... which is cool. I remember the open one in Barbadoes but I was 18 at the time. We were shuttled to the car rental place. While I waited with the luggage, off came the socks and shoes and on with the flip flops. When Harry was checking in there, the lady noticed that Harry's license had expired in October. He forgot to renew it. So I get to do all of the driving. We arrived at our condo late but sat for a bit to unwind and had some very expensive duty free ...
We're finally off on our grand adventure – and adventures we are having! It all started with a short but very bumpy flight to Vancouver, followed by a longer and smoother flight to Honolulu. We arrived shortly after midnight Hawaii time, and the only option for getting to our hostel in Waikiki was, unfortunately, the $47 taxi. Not our usual mode of transport. Oh well, it’s just this one time, right?
We checked ...