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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... are winning.
actually now in Hi Lo ready for helicopter trip and hoping cloud lifts soon.
Sorry about out any spelling and grammar errors as we are clocked up by minute and not the data on the Internet
Five sea days next with Tahiti next stop and a 4wd trip booked.
all travel safe
jan and Dave
psi tires taking ages to load so sorry about lack of them this blog ...
... Magic fashion, we got a hitch back. The magical part was the ride came from our farm's neighbors! We met one of the women just the other day, walking up our road. She recognized us standing by the highway, and she and her companion pulled over and drove us all the way back to the farm! Their names are Jackie and Suzanne. And we think they might a couple. I won't say hashtag life goals, but if you're thinking that, it's not my fault. So this chicken. We set it ...
... The current can be so relaxed here that you can just float. You don't have to fight waves the whole time out. At Ke'ei there's a cute area that's been sectioned out with the lava rock, creating a little lagoon where the water is a bit calmer. A little girl, whose name we learned was Camilla, was swimming there with a turtle floatie. I said to her, "I like your turtle! It's very cute!" To which she replied, "No habla ingles...". A little poorly at first, I ...
... market at home for granted again! So much preparation goes into the set up and running of a booth. It's fun though to interact with the customers and answer their questions. It's crazy how knowledgeable we've become about our products and how easy it's becoming to talk about them. We've met some of Bonnie's regulars and it's really enjoyable to see a real reward for your hard work all week. *** Some of our favorite farm elements: Meg -- I really enjoy the physical element ...
... I had a photo of them. Back on the bus after shedding the wet gear I looked at the photos. I had a great picture of two rocks. The main attraction for everyone was of course to look down into Kilauea's crater at the Volcano National Park. The driver who never told us his name, sang a song to Peli the goddess of fire, and low and behold the cloud moved away and we could see into the massive caldera and the smaller crater where hot stream started to rise. It was not like ...