Hawaiian Oasis B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... snooze in the sun or float about. I've attached a video of one guy who got annoyed with people almost stepping on him, and decided to hit the road. Not built for speed. Lol. :) Our next stop was Kuki'o Beach, just a few more miles north down the road. This beach had more of a surf, but we still saw a honu sunning on the beach, and three floating in the surf just six feet off the sand. I stood in the water, and the surf kept pushing the honu closer and ...
... Royal family, and some beautiful antique koa wood furniture. We often wander to the Farmers Markets (there are a few) to pick up produce or yummy baking. Mmm, coconut buns, macadamia bread, pineapple loaf. Roger is sure enjoying the baking with his Kona coffee, grown locally at coffee plantations in the Kona area. :) We're also loving the "candy apple bananas", grown in Hawaii and a favorite here. They're smaller, a little sweeter, have pinker ...
... crop here in the 1920s and this is the seed that is now known internationally.
Our final stop for the day was Holoholokai Beach Park and the nearby Petroglyph park. Accessible through a 3/4-mile trail that winds amid volcanic rock and burnt trees, the preserve has more than 3000 petroglyphs and is one of the largest collections of ancient lava carvings in Hawaii. Most of the petroglyphs were human-like. We don't know why they were carved into the lava or what they ...
... a new Christian and having ‘old timers in the faith’ in your church or other Christian circles, not know about intercession; prayer yes, intercession not a clue. And then you feel foolish and think you might have gotten it wrong until someone comes along side you who has the same gifting and encourages you, walks it out with you and sees what you see, knows what you know and carries what you carry. Some even write books about ...
... they took us you could see the smoke on the right and middle of the island and clear blue skies to the left. People live up in the hills and a lot suffer with asthma although to be in it was no problem but I'm sure if you lived there and were exposed daily it could do some damage. On arrival we had to hand our shoes in and lock them into a shed, no shoes allowed on the catamaran. We were shown how to get on with all the odd shaped surfaces and once on board given a ...