Kaimalino Homestay Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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and it stars a balcony overlooking the beautiful hawii ocean, a fridge kitchen,
double bead TV are and many more great features. I just setteling in to my
hotel room now and the view is amazing there is ocean as far as the eye can see
I think I might go grab a bite to eat and get some shut eye it’s been a long
day. Over all the hotel has been great so far, I am very happy with my room and
the staff are great it is a very good place for a student group to ...
... and the waves were mountainous, 10-15 feet, like walls crashing, the spray and noise was immense. Far out we could see surfers going along the pipeline, jumping, doing 360's, very brave. They were just practising, as apparently the surf wasn't right for competition, but we were very impressed. Then the bus ride back, we continued on the almost circular route, back down the middle of the island, past coffe plantations and also the Dole ...
... of blue and grey in the sky. The water was beautiful as I remember last year. I reminder it being a lot saltier than home and so warm too. I caught in some waves and generally bummed around while Andrew sat on the beach and took some pictures. What a great day, time for a shower and some Nivea action. Showering after a day sun baking or at the beach feels lovely, clean and refreshing. Stuff wearing undies, that's over rated at this time. My shorts I ...
... reflection. Now it also serves as a hopeful symbol of peace.
We werenīt allowed to spend a long time on the USS Arizona Memorial because it was too busy and the boats were bringing a new group of tourists every 15 minutes. In any case it was definitely worth getting at least a short glimpse of the memorial. Itīs a contemplative place where most people walk in silence in order to respect the final resting place for many of the 1,177 crewmen killed on the 7th ...
... from Movie Tones. Every time I heard FDR say "a day that will live in infamy" I got a tear in my eye.
We came back and relaxed at the beach and pool. Yesterday, a woman gave me her 2 floats for the ocean. She wasn't going to use them anymore and we still had a couple days left. So we spent a couple hours in the water and then migrated to the pool. Marty took a nap, as did I, while listening to my Kindle.
I had ...