Kakalina's Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Our highlights where seeing Rachelle's parents, and also swimming with turtles out at sea on Oahu, night snorkelling with Manta Rays and hiking an active volcano on the Big Island and staying in Hanalei and hiking along the Na Pali Coast on Kauai.
All this with plenty of Alohas (hi with love) and Malaho (thanks with respect) everywhere you go makes Hawaii great fun. I'm glad I have finally added it to my travelling list.
... noodles followed by the cheesecake - in fact everyone on the table had the cheesecake apart from Phil but he did taste Judy’s and liked it.
While we were eating dinner, I noticed someone walking into and out of the kitchen – then I recognised his face from a photo – it was the Maitre D – the first time I had seen him in either dining room. We turned around when a flurry of Chefs raced by and then I worked it out - ...
... planet, some 451 inches, or 11.5 metres. Amazing. Now with all these influences we find ourselves in bright sunshine one moment, then heavy rain twenty minutes later. It is still shorts and tee shirt weather, but when it rains it buckets down. Shortly after the sun is out and we return to swimming and sun-baking. To the south of the island the weather is more constant, so we plan to venture their tomorrow. One thing the Hawaiians do well is bringing ...
... any of us had watched it since then, so it was pretty fun.
Then we thought about watching a DVD from the collection in the condo. But there was literally nothing good to watch, except a few Harry Potter movies. And we'd already seen those. Thankfully my Dad had brought some DVDs of Doc Martin, a BBC series about a cranky doctor in England and the funny residents in his town. So we watched a couple of those before going to bed.
... Uwe was quite jealous hearing about the delicious soups as he'd only had a sandwich, which he'd had to make himself. Cherie and Annie finished off their "girls night out" chatting with us for another hour or so. During that night, the torrential rain woke us both up and it continued all day and night on Thursday. It was so heavy we couldn't even get out and we ate sandwiches for lunch and dinner. We watched tv all day and night but at least we had cable and the Winter Olympics were ...