Kamuela's Mauna Kea View Bed and Breakfast
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Yesterday was King Kamehameha day here on the islands. He is the man who united all the Hawaiian islands and is widely celebrated. He fulfilled the prophecy and was an incredibly influential figure for the islands. To celebrate him, Hawaiians make 100 foot lei's and drape them over him. They also give offerings and a parade and ceremony is performed. We took lei's ...
... in Hawaiian. And that you can say it sarcastically and apparently its super funny. Hahaha. That about wrapped it up for the night. We headed back to the hotel to enjoy the rest of our night together in our beautiful room. Tomorrow? Maybe a tattoo I drew up today, getting Shays credit card she left in Kona, and watching Chris play a the Kona Brewing Company! Stay tuned readers. We'll fight through to the end for ...
... beach we spotted some hotties leaving. Although they were leaving we hoped that it might be a bit more promising down on the beach. There were a number of signs enroute to the beach warning that this use to be a bomb test site and be cautious of un-exploded mines on the beach. What?! Seriously risking our lives for a tan here.... We found a spot to set up in but incidentally it was next to two lesbians who couldn't stop staring at us as we were putting ...
... about an hour before a hotel supervisor moved us along. We moved further down the beach and set our towels up on the sand. The problem with being so low on the ground was that when the wind blew, all the sand hit us like tiny bullets. And it was a really windy day so it hurt quite a lot.
... to find a supermarket was strengthened. We explored the Hilton grounds by wending our way along the coast to get to the place where we were to meet our concierge at the scheduled 9 am meeting. So we saw a lot of the pools, waterfalls, some koi, a church/wedding chapel and the major lagoon where people were swimming.
We met with Marcia the concierge who was very nice and extremely efficient. Based on a few things that we were interested in that I had emailed ...
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