Kamuela's Mauna Kea View Bed and Breakfast
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Sorry this is a tad late! Yesterday marked a month since we left Norwich! We can't believe it! Anyway, as we had rented our snorkelling gear for a week we had to return them yesterday morning. However we fancied one more go as we forgot the underwater camera the first time round! So we extended the hire for an extra day and made our way to the '2 steps' beach where we went last week as it was so beautiful! It was still beautiful and we saw a few different Fishies. After this we ...
... 30 degrees C most days, and didn't drop below 22 at night. Other than our trips to the volcanos and the Hilo-side, where elevation and daily rain keep things cooler and more humid, we were in shorts and sandals throughout! Nice....!!
Douglas was able to tick off one of his 'bucket-list' wishes when we stood on the very top of the highest mountain in the world, Mauna Kea, 13,789' of it ...
... ever tasted Kona coffee on a chocolate base.As we ate dinner the sky darkened and we were once again treated to the sight of the red fiery crater.
Tomorrow. Is our last day in Hawaii -we have much preferred the big island to Maui and have had a great time this week.
the hawaiin place names have been challenging , there are only 8 consonants (H K L M N P W ' ) and the usual vowels . Nearly every place name starts with a K followed by an assortment of ...
... and the side of the tender so she wouldn't get slammed against it.
Kona is known for the Royal Kona Coffee. Again, we have to drive to a much higher elevations as we learned that it needs to be grown between 1,200 to 2,000 feet. Also, for it to be authentic Kona coffee, it must be grown within 20 miles of Kona. I also learned it is very expensive…about $17 ...
... any scrapes where we had lunch and were able to see a rare Monk seal and her calf. We were told there's only 1100 of these in existence, and most are male, so in the car later we did some maths and figured that with less than 500 females, only half of which would be of an age able to reproduce, and then others dying, you'd be lucky to increase the number by 100 in a year... making it a long time before they're not endangered.
Reading the warning signs everywhere, and ...
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