Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Captain Cook
... feeding dance for us... Flipping around in circles with its huge mouth open to get all the plankton. It would get so close that, although you aren't allowed to touch them, they belly rub you. Eventually there were five of them flipping around each other (but not touching each other) and coming super close to us. One weirdly had a funny looking fish stuck to its belly slits (gills??), and it was getting pretty close ...
... what he meant. The water was warm, calm, and crystal clear. And the fish were everywhere! Yellow ones with pointy noses, black and white ones with iridescent stringy fins, schools of blue, and best of all- glowing tie-dye ones that changed color in the scattered sunlight. Not to mention sea anemones, urchins, coral, and moray eels! Nothing was even scared of us, they just went on with their day as we drifted by. The most psychedelic experience I've ever had! We took a lunch break, had ...
... in the 2013 Sheraton slide race.
After the excitement we went to see the township of Kona itself. There was not a lot to see here, unless you want loads of souvenirs, knock of t'shirts, etc, but it was OK. We saw the official Ironman start line and transition area and the bay where the World Billfish Championships take place! Along the way home we see a beach called Magic Sands. In the summer the sand is white, however, in winter the currents change and ...
... to get to Hawaii. In fact I’m sure it costs more.
We get a lift back with some lovely folk from Washington. All these Americans are turning out to be really nice and charming despite our bias and firm grip on TV based stereotypes.
We have noodle cup for dinner cause it's cheaper, easier and it's getting late. We didn't get much done today but for some reason I'm very tired....
J-she is, of course, much better. It must have been the Manta Ray magic.
... Greg and Tracy were happy to crack macadamia nuts and eat them. Stephanie and I had a bite but we don't care for them near as much as Greg and Tracy. We also bought Dragon Fruit, Star Fruit, Star Apple and Loquat. We looked forward to eating them later. I did get an apple banana that we all had a bite of in the car. To me it had the flavor of an unripe banana but the consistency of a ripe banana. Not my favorite but definitely happy to be trying ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking