Hawaiian Oasis B&B
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... greeting someone by exchanging the breath of god. "Alo" - from god. "Ha" - the breath. Howlies are white tourists who "have no breath to exchange" because they howl all the time about other ****. It's uniquely spiritual and communal, and we love it. So we're gonna try real hard to never be Howlies. ;) PS - when we got to the beach, there were probably 20 to 30 people there. Tara goes, "Oh wow it's packed today!" Packed! How crazy. Meg and I laughed out ...
... with gorgeous, gorgeous batiks.
Then we returned the rental car and took the van to the airport. There was no line
Flew to Honolulu (20 minutes), then an hour in Honolulu, then flew to Kona (40 minutes). Got the rental car from Avis, then went to dinner in Kailua, at the Kona Inn, sitting outside, looking at the water. Then to the condo, where we worked a bit more. Then to bed.
... Queen. She fought against the many injustices against her people, but her efforts could not prevent eventual annexation of Hawaii by the United States. Sadly, she died in 1899 at the young age of 23. I hadn't realized that Hawaii had been annexed by the United States, and their monarchy overthrown, against their will. It was an interesting read, not only about the life of Ka'iulani, but also some Hawaiian history. More recently, here are some things that have been big in the ...
... that a light in the sky with feathers like a bird would signal the birth of a great chief. Historians believe Kamehameha was born in 1758, the year Halley’s Comet passed over Hawaii. Given the birth name Paiea, the future king was hidden from warring clans in secluded Waipio Valley on the Hamakua Coast after birth. After the death threat passed, Paiea came out of hiding and was renamed Kamehameha (The Lonely One). Kamehameha was trained as a ...
... seen this fish in the flesh (pun intended).
Our last two days in Hawaii, Dec 27 (Saturday) and Sunday (Dec 28) were beach days. Our AirBnB host recommended a spot just a mile south from where we were staying, Kuhalu'u Beach Park, so we packed up some towels, beach chairs and a cooler together with two snorkeling masks that Lena brought along, and headed to the beach. The beach was nothing like what I'd been used to. It was a tiny ...