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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... James 5:16
restore one another James 19:20
bring hospitality to each other... this is the one that got me. Do I invite others to my 'home', do I go get someone and say 'let's go get ice cream and talk'? Not a lot and I wondered why not?
Because I'm selfish of my alone time. I like being alone, I like having my own space, I like walking and talking to the Lord by the ocean listening to the waves, I like riding my scooter (which by the way is ...
... fuel. You have to stop at the Visitor Information Station at 9000ft to acclimatise before heading up to the summit to watch the sunset. I must say, when we got to the summit (about 14,000ft) it was a weird feeling - kind of heavy and harder to breathe. It is sooo beautiful up there... Really hard to describe and the photos just don't do it justice at all. It has some of the world's most important observatories, so we had the pleasure of watching those open too. At 7.30 ...
... to snorkel was off the ‘to do’ list. We drove along the dead straight coastal road until we reached the state park that contained the Place of Refuge. We following their self guided tour around the various buildings and structures on the site. It proved fairly interesting and included some well worn but still beautiful wooden totem pole structures as well as some sacred sites, old canoes and some ponds where the rulers fish were kept until he was ready to eat ...
... expected it would be. The people that live here actually do wear Aloha shirts (Hawaiian shirts, the typical floral button up dress shirts) all the time. There are flower lei shops, and at night the street is lit up with pretty lights, tiki bars and reggae music from the local restaurants and bars. One thing you don't often hear about is the homelessness in Kona. Unfortunately even in such a beautiful place people still struggle ...
... much. The three Japanese ladies working there were very friendly. Cheryl purchased 6 yards of fabric for pillows in the family room and complimented the ladies on their wonderful store.
We explored the little village for just a short while as there’s not much left there, then made a quick trip to Safeway again for some supplies.
Back at the condo, Mac and Josie wanted to go to the pool, so Cheryl and the kids headed to the pool ...