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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... It had a sweet little private lagoon, so we floated about for a little while. Now, all this time, Meg has been saying she wanted to touch a sea turtle. Thing is, that is very very illegal here. The sea turtles are sacred to the island and the natives, and were once endangered (which we did not know before we got here). As we were floating in the lagoon, who starts swimming near us... but a green sea turtle! WE DID NOT TOUCH HIM -we're not paying some $1500 fine! - but he was ...
... flag them down here. There's not always a designated stop or bench, but if there's room on the road they'll pull over. IF you wave like a loon to get their attention. Very odd. The crazy thing? While we were sitting and waiting for our next bus, an old coworker of mine from Contemporary Catering was sitting not five feet away! He recognized me when I stood up to look for the bus. What are the odds? This is a guy I only worked with a ...
... to the farm to get a run of the intern garden we'll be working twice a week. Met the new wwoofer - Lacey. She gets eaten by the mosquitos as much as I do. =P Unfortunately Meg was in bed by 6 with a migraine. Could be traveling, change of sleep and eating habits, the heat, her glasses... Poor baby was down for the count. But even she said as the day wrapped up that it was such a perfect experience. What a trooper. We discovered today that Aloha ...
... to Hilo, but not without first heading to the Big Islands first and best shave ice van located up the coast. Actually it wasn't the best we’ve had but it certainly put the shave ice cravings at ease for a while!
Within 30 minutes of driving inland we were again amidst thick cloud and pouring rain. Oh well, it was good while it lasted!
Big Island has the most hitchhikers we have ever seen, in ...
... off. All was delicious. We took her to the airport last night around 8:00pm for an 11:00pm flight. Jon told us we should be there by 7:00 because they are notoriously slow processing people but we took a chance and went at 8:00. There were only a few people there and she was through security in less than 20 minutes. Came home and hit the sack with our books. It rained most of the night and the humidity was so high we had trouble sleeping. At 6:30 this ...