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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... come back... *** Today, as I mentioned, was our last day. Meg went to the Market, which was nice because she really enjoyed that element. I stayed on the farm, which I also didn't mind. It was nice to end my journey in the same place it began. The Market was a little slow because of the Mango Fest going on. Yeah, they have a Mango Fest here. That's how awesome these people are. My task today was A WHOLE. LOT. OF WEEDING. Five hours worth. But it's not so ...
... llamo Megan. Como te llamas?" (My name is Megan, what's your name?) She beamed and told us that her name was Camilla! It was so neat to go back and forth with this little girl. Jack and I took turns asking her questions and listening to what she had to say. She told us that the big waves scared her, she noted the color of our eyes, and we taught her that in Hawaiian "turtle" is "honu". It was a blast! It came time for us to head back to the farm so we said adios ...
... mile marker 107, and he flat out says "I don't know where that is. I'm going to mile marker 102. You can catch a ride from there." So we ride along for a while chatting to this fine little fellow. He asks if we mind if he picks up some beer. We say, of course not! Where does he go to pick up beer? Where else would he go on the magical island - He pulls into Ohana Warehouse. Exactly where we had asked to go. Funny, he knew EXACTLY where it was, but I guess he never ...
... for a place to grab a bite and charge our phones. We stumbled across this Kava Bar and figured we'd grab a beer and a bite and charge up. Little did we know what we are walking into. This place was a like a spiritual zen bubble. It only had Kombucha and Jun on tap - on tap! - that was made by a guy who lived and crafted these fermented teas on the second floor of the establishment. They had a few raw vegan food options and the girl behind the counter, Everlete, walked ...
... we had a passing hippy guy come in and tell us we looked just like Romeo and Juliet. Well that was nice of him to say so but with a string of cheese hanging down my chin and a piece of green pepper stuck in my teeth I very much doubted that! Next we saw another guy walk by and devour some leftover pizza crusts then two groups on either side of the road started jeering at each other in a ‘ohhh ...