Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Captain Cook
... highway around the island. Top speed is about 40 mph due to the traffic and curvy road! We were in search of "Black Sand Beach". After about 1.5 hours of driving, Brian decided he needed a cold drink. We stopped at the only grocery store/gas station he could find. Let me tell you....it was a local grocery store & that's all I am going to say. Onward South to the small town of Punalu'u. It was lunch ...
... a turkey on rye and 'twas the most expensive Sammie I've had ever. $8 but good when you are hungry and love rye bread. Off to walmart where I got carded buying a box of cheap wine. Too funny! We decided to go to the Thai place where we had heard about last week. We spoke to the owner chef who had worked with Emerill brassie when he was 19. The food was excellent! We shared this main course and it was ...
... 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 ...
... see the curve of the earth.
The two pictures of the tree were taken from the same spot.
We are most impressed that much so that we went back to Big K Mart on our way home and brought a underwater camera for me, not the same as Russell's, so today was our Christmas, guess what we are doing tomorrow.
... about 100 metres from the hotel.
We have a mixed entree plate to share and it's monstrous. The couple next to us (from Arizona nonetheless) also exclaim their surprise at the size of their dishes. What is with these huge serves? Do they not know what the term 'entree' means?
Walking around like bloated whales through the monthly markets on the foreshore we make our way to the Queens residence for some hokey traditional music and dancing. ...