Hilo Oceanfront Bed and Breakfast
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... with Avocado, at most you'll get 1/2 an Avocado, well here you get about 1.5 of them and they're huge.....because you can do that when they grow everywhere and you can have them for free! I thought I was going to explode from lunch, even Stuart struggled with a Yellow Curry that could have fed at least 2 people...but we pushed on until we were totally defeated by the food. We hit the Hawaiian version of the Lolly Shoppe, loading up on "taffy" lollies (sorry, candy) because ...
... is famous for them and the queues prove it.
We didn't mind waiting our turn in their retro 1950's style diner and it was SO worth the wait. The Malasadas are made hot and fresh to order and they melt in the mouth. DELICIOUS!! And all washed down with a free cup of tea (just order a hot water and pop your own tea bag in...Shhh, don't tell anyone).
We are going to miss Malasadas. They have ...
... planetary exploration. Back to the earth…
We did tour the research/tourist store and donate to the cause. It is very informative tasking technology and merging it with Hawaiian history and folk lore. The painting depicting Pele is exceptional.
We left the crater and headed for the lava tube. This was an experience. Again, the creation of a tunnel by superheated lava is not only difficult to ...
... s Tours and is $65 for 6 hours. There should be 11 of us but one couple cry off at the last minute because he has a bad back and he thought when he saw the minivan it may be too bumpy. Ricky still charges us the same per head which is more than generous. So we set off early and our first drive by is Banyan Drive where banyan trees have been planted by various dignitaries and celebrities in the past. This leads to Liliuokalani Gardens a Japanese style gardens along ...
... beer, great food there! Weather gets cooler, as Mauna Kea is right there, but is it worth it! Bring some jacket and have some lunch - ribs & greek salad are amazing! The major stop of day was meant to be driving up Mauna Kea, however due to high winds, about 80 knots, further driving than the Visitor Center it was closed...for 3 upcoming days..nature is nature...You never know! So we left Mauna Kea base to Waikoloa in afternoon,having some time to relax & sunbath & ...
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