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Travel Blogs from Holualoa
... if I could share my table with someone. The place was starting to get very crowed with the parade crowd headed to the viewing area for the fireworks and just then Janet came up to me and asked if she could share my table. WOW, Lord you are fast.
Jim and Janet have been on the Island for 3 years. Jim was a GP Doc and I think Janet did a lot of different jobs anyway she told me about some of the things she did and they were fascinating. They were great company. Jim played ...
... deliciously sneaky as I was plannong to gatecrash the expensive Mantay Ray swimming tours which come to the Sheraton every evening for the congregation of Mantas attracted by the hotel's lights. This had been a tip by one of the girls on the sailing boat with Harm a few days earlier. Finding a spot to enter the water safely was a bit of a task, but once in I could already see some kayaks and a little boat on the water. Within a few minutes the sun had set completely and a ...
... sup>who drew out the chariots and horses,
the army and reinforcements together,
and they lay there, never to rise again,
extinguished, snuffed out like a wick:
18 “Forget the former things;'
do not dwell on the ...
... again to Waikoloa for some turtle shopping and have lunch at the Queen and Kings Shoppes. We had been there the first day we arrived in Kona. We stopped at the Marriott Beach Resort and it really lovely. We shared a sandwich and watched everyone in the pool. Walked out to the beach to the fish ponds. Looked around the shopping stuff and found some marbles turtles for me and Tanya. Back to Kona to Walmart to buy some cottage cheese and a ...
... Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. We checked into the Kona Islander Inn late afternoon and spent the rest of the afternoon and evening strolling down Ali’i Drive, window shopping, and stopping at a seaside pub for local craft beers.
Saturday was another leisurely day that started with introducing Chris to excellent Kona coffee and listening to live Hawaiian music on a patio across the street from the sea.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking