Kamuela's Mauna Kea View Bed and Breakfast
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... 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 ...
... had a few drinks and some lunch in between Zac's 3761 goes on the slide, and then continued to do nothing.
Mid afternoon saw us make the 300 m trek to the lagoon (that's metres, not miles) and we hired some snorkel gear and a water bike thing. Despite Zac's improvement with snorkelling, he wanted to spend the time riding around on top of the lagoon on the bike thingy. Fair enough, he was able to see everything that's going on and he could talk to other kids out on the lagoon. I ...
... some snorkeling. So, we changed clothes in the restrooms of the visitor center and we drove down to the Mauna Kea Beach.
It was a nice beach, and we swam a little. Erwin tried a little bit of snorkeling, but the waves were to rough.
We stayed on the beach until we were dry and we drove back to the resort. We took it easy, took a shower and read a little. During the whole vacation we haven't really done any reading, so it was nice and relaxing. ...
... the hardened lava rock... you see nothing but the grey lava for miles and miles. Kind of beautiful in its own way, although by the end you crave to see anything other than the grey stuff. Was desperate for a Starbucks to appear out of the gloom but they haven't gone quite that far yet. We hiked to a huge crater with steam coming out of it, and sat on the side of it and had a sandwich! How strange to be eating on top of ...
... were the desserts. I had the "award winning" chocolate torte crunch (honestly tasted and textured like a chocolate truffle mousse, all-in-all it was alright). Sam won the lottery for desserts though. She ordered the coconut creme brulee. The only justice I can do to descrive with this work of art is to start from the bottom up. On the plate there was a bed of coconut whipped cream, on top of that was a frozen half of ...
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