Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... morning was check out. Bonnie showed us a photo album of the farm from their first year of ownership. It was insane to see how he farm evolved. When they first bought the farm, it was vines and rocks. They cleared the whole area of vegetation and moved around all the rocks to flatten out the land. The only trees that were already standing were a mango tree and some Mac nut trees. Everything else was planted. By hand. Even the grass! It was all meticulously planned and planted with ...
... name? MAGIC. MAGIC MAGIC MAGIC. As we walked to our trail, I noticed a little mile marker. 107. Just for the magical record. And this is the kind of serendipitous happenstance that has befallen us often on our journey. Not quite so concentrated as today, but it's these little instances sprinkled frequently enough through our adventures that I just can't help but think, this place is magic. The unbelievable ocean blue, warm water, and fantastical scenery doesn't hurt either. ...
... reached down to pick up the egg, and out popped the tiniest and cutest baby gecko! Seriously cool. I named him Egbert. Very excited to try out my customer service skills tomorrow at the farmers market! I've never been a part of a farmers market where I was selling any product, so this will be a very fun first! Also we're looking forward to seeing our friend Desiree this weekend, who is home for a friends wedding! Yahoo! And the adventures ...
... been a few bumps but no bruises. We're making a real effort to make this the trip everything we have been working so hard for. I'm a little afraid of the pincher bugs, but I bet they are even more afraid of me! I'm also trying not to hyper-organize my stuff! The outdoor toilet is an experience too. And we've even got a bit of groceries stocked in our cabin. This is the coolest camping adventure...and it has only been day one! Can't wait to see what tomorrow holds! ...
... and playing cards, then went to town for a movie later in the afternoon (American Sniper). The same winter weather system causing rain all over the island is also bringing snow to the peaks of the volcanoes here. Mauna Kea, where the astrological observatories are, is getting 10-15" of snow and freezing temperatures. Going there is on our To-Do list while the kids are here. Currently, the road to the Visitor Center is open but the road past the Center to the summit is closed due to ice and ...