Hawaiian Oasis B&B
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... and there was a wide array of different fishes mingling in the same environment. Under water coral was abundant, it was the brain coral prominent in the area as well as lava rocks making the coast line and atolls. I took the go pro from Andrew for a while and did some diving to get some close ups for the camera. It was a lot of fun and something we were looking forward to doing. Andrew did a good job bobbing around the water. Some people took the noodles to help them ...
... to watch. One of the safety rules was we had to wear our "feet belt". There was a rope along the floor that we were to tuck our feet under so we wouldn't fly out of the boat! Tonight for dinner I had prime rib, Gary and Fred had duck Cathie had chicken kabob. Appetizers, wine and dessert made a great meal. Our servers were fun too. All the chefs danced through the restaurant to the happy tune and we waved our napkins. Tomorrow Kauai and a zip line ...
... for Jesus is comparison which is fear of man. He went on to explain things just the way the Lord explained them to me this morning, how always looking at ourselves keeps our eyes off Jesus. The devil sais look inside to fix something, Jesus sais 'you're terrific let's get together'.
Let's just keep asking, 'How can I love you more, Jesus?". Stare at Jesus to become who you want to ...
... and Fran dropped us in Kona village because I wanted to do some shopping. Unfortunately the dress I liked was no longer there. Oh well, it was not meant to be.
Ira and Fran picked a nice restaurant for our "double date" Valentine's day dinner. They picked us up at 6:10. Fran was so nice - she bought fresh flower leis for all of us! The restaurant was up the mountain about 20 minutes drive from here. It was called Holuakoa Garden and Cafe. ...
... Tipping is away of life in the US, and everybody expects to be tipped. We spent a lovely evening at a restaurant called Babba Gump where we enjoy scrumptious shrimp (prawns), on the bill it was suggested a 15, 18, 20 percent tip depending how you rate the service. "Vat" called tax here is not included in all the prices and is always added at the till, it takes getting used to.
We leave tomorrow for Honolulu and fly to Australia on 11/1/2014.