Hawaiian Oasis B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... absolve them so they could go home again. It was interesting to learn about the Hawaiian culture prior to the arrival of the European missionaries and businessmen.
We arrived back at the hotel in time for a swim in the pool while watching the sunset over the bay. It was a great way to end the day. While at the pool we had a chance to watch parts of the luau show put on by the ...
... the beds and went to sleep instantly. Don't know what's in store tomorrow but we have a round island tour booked for Wednesday. This side of the island gets no rain and is fairly barren, while on the other side it never stops raining and is very lush. There are 5 volcanoes on the island and our driver said the haziness was probably caused by the smoke being blown over the town. Heading back to bed now so will catch up ...
... to wear one. He's the one without a coat and shoes in the rain in the volcano pictures), and sunglasses to protect our eyes from the wind. Okay, we're ready to board. SO EXCITED!!!! But it was not to be. Just as we were about to board, the ground crew got word that the clouds and fog had rolled in and visibility was not adequate to proceed with the flight. So we (and another group) were canceled. :( We had the option to rebook, but the kids didn't want to waste any more ...
... Sometimes we go for walks in the afternoon, or at sunset when the temperature cools off a bit. Our strolls are entertaining - we people-watch at the waterfront, or go to the market and try to figure out the different fruits and vegetables. And we check out the trees and flowers along the way. The vendors at the market, as well as the locals, are nice about explaining what things are. And we usually have to look up the trees and flowers on the internet. I've included some ...
... So off it went to Barbara's house in Bellevue and I will go down and pick it up when we next visit. Now before you get all excited, Dianne did visit a quilting shop as well. She got information about a "shop hop" in February. There are 10 quilt shops all over the island that offer deals on fabric, etc. the more you visit, the better the deals! Must prepare for at least a couple of days of driving! Speaking of driving, we had to exchange our car today ...