Belle Vue Kona B&B
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... a lot of snorkelling on this trip but Paulie’s sentiment for the Tide Pools here was: “It was up there with the best” and he was right, it really was! The further out we went the more colourful and varied the coral got and the more underwater caves systems we came across...'gulp', they were a bit scary to swim over!
We swam with some great fish, most of which we had seen before only bigger ...
... 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 ...
... of beans! Once harvest is over they chop the tree down, leaving a small portion of the trunk. Shoots grow from this trunk and will produce more beans in 2 years. Throughout the farm you can see trees in various stages of the cycle. There is a boring beetle infestation only on the Big Island that causes about a 20% crop loss each year. The beetle gets into the shell eating the bean. They have several things going on to get rid of it and they are ...
... the boat company. WOW what an amazing experience.
Here is a video from the Blue Sea Cruise Manta Ray night snorkelling to show you the amazing experience we all had.
Hard to beat this one.
Dinner cruisin' with my friend Roberta Horn last night. We caught the Body Glove carter at 3:30 and off we went. High swells and some rain 3/4 of the way into the outing did not deter these two adventurous ladies.
Our first challenge was 'walking' on this craft, Roberta makes it look easy in this picture I posted. I think a few folks thought Roberta and I had a couple toooooo many drinks but boy you just had to watch how you walked and hang ...