Hawaiian Oasis B&B
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... and cheap dinner items, and headed home for a quite night in. Staying at an Airbnb studio apartment, is perfect. Bill Newcomb, Outrigger Suite. Fridge, cooking and eating equipment, BBQ, outdoor dining and relaxing setting, and a nice, dark, cool room. And we'll get to do our washing! $78AUD per night plus $23.75 USD tax for the 3 nights. Couldn't be happier! I should also mention, ash ...
... for some easy snorkeling also. Got to the small boat harbor about 1:00 PM, several boats were coming in from morning runs. Cloudy and overcast which was fine with us, there were 15 people aboard; captain was Philip and deckhand Sara. About a 45 minute ride aboard the 50' catamaran, called Hokuhele. We dropped anchor in Kealakekua Bay where we also heard of the demise of Captain Cook. A memorial marks the approximate spot and ...
... I followed a narrow dusty path with lots of switchbacks whilst enjoying little peaks of the rocky shore until I reached a river, a beautiful little lake, and the black volcanic beach. I don't think I have ever seen such a magical place.
Driving back to the closest town it struck me that I had yet to discover a part of the island that wasn't drop dead gorgeous. I stopped at a place that sold ice-cream to have a little pineapple sorbet and marvelled ...
... flights & cars! At least we were soon on the road, where we encountered one last obstacle to our plans for the next 5 days. It turns out that the majority of campgrounds in Hawaii are operated by the state or by the county, and in either case you can only book them ahead of time through their office in Hilo. Good thing we were there anyways, and that the info desk at the airport told us about this! No showing up at campgrounds ...
... and ween their calves. The entire time that they are down here, they do not eat. Meanwhile, the babies consume tons of milk gaining about 100lbs a day. Those whales man-handle the mass gain.
The boat dropped us off in the early afternoon, giving us time to relax for the rest of the day. Lynn cooked us a wonderful dinner (fillet, brown rice and salad) which we ate on the Lanai as an evening rain hit Kona.
We had quite a perfect little ...