Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... than it sounds. And then just like that, we loaded our bags and drove off the farm. We decided to do breakfast at Island Lava Java to get in one last good meal. We took in the view and savored our last ocean-side moments. We dropped the rental car off and then they drove us to Kona Airport. We flew from Kona to Honolulu and then had an eight hour layover. Normally an eight hour layover anywhere would make me cringe and whine. But this ended up being a great chance for us to visit with ...
... home to LA. The last thing about the farm that I'm really loving is the way everyone and everything works together. It's a great little mini-ecosystem. Bonnie and Tara are amazing teachers and all us woofers get along great! It's refreshing to be surrounded by such positivity! Also, everything on the farm is recycled or reused. Our "trash" is so much smaller here than at home and it feels great to see the cycle at work. A challenge I'm still struggling with (and probably ...
... and then caught the Kona Trolley for a two hour trip around the area. We retraced our steps back to Kailua-Kona and went on towards the airport. It stopped at Walmart, Macy's Rand another large shopping area but we didn't get off as we would have had to wait 2 hours for it to return. We got off in the area we knew and decided to walk back to the hotel. We have now walked the full length of the town. We stopped in at a Happy Hour place by the water and had ...
... stuck in Canada(mind you, it was only -5 C but it was still a reminder none the less, ha ha). The layover made us all the more excited to hit the South Pacific isles.
Due to a change in travel plans resulting from future employment plans, we unfortunately were only left with 8 days to explore Hawaii. We decided to split the time evenly between Hawaii and Kauai which kicked us in the pants hard to get going on the remaining goals on our list. Further to the ...
... the varieties of fish in such close proximity to shore. They were heading back to Honolulu at 4:30 so we took them out for a nice lunch at the boat harbour. The others shopped downtown while we dropped Doug and Joan at the airport. Then we met up for happy hour at a waterside restaurant and enjoyed a Mai Tai and a bucket of shrimp. It is 9:00 here and we are ready for bed. Nothing too exhilarating tomorrow. Plan on watching the Super Bowl ...