Belle Vue Kona B&B
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... br> The area is very proud of all they do and have. Even the small medical clinics and churches were represented in the parade.
Now off to find something to eat. I'm famished. Let's see.... Mexican? Fish? Burger? Mud Pie ;--) oh better not. I landed at Kona Inn and found a table outside looking out at the pier. The sunset was gorgeous. I don't get to see too many of them this time of year and was sure bless by this one. I ordered a seafood cob salad and thought it sure would ...
... out the stores mostly because they had air conditioning. His residence, Hulihe'e Palace, was closed. Perhaps another day. We then went to Bubba's on their deck for a drink. Bubba's is a southern chain of restaurants and themed around Forrest Gump. Our waiter was from New Orleans even. On the tables are license plates that say Run Forest Run or Stop Forest Stop for patrons to ...
... wine and sunburn, then overheard some people pointing out a pod of spinner dolphins a couple hundred feet past the reef. This vacation would be too normal if we didn't take risks, so we decided to try and swim out to them. (Don't think of sharks). 20 minutes and 4 very tired thighs later, and we were in the area where they were playing. First Contact! The amazing, super intelligent aliens swam right under us. (Don't think of sharks). Then came and breached right in front of our ...
... even more connections. Small world, even for our kids.
Josie busied herself reading the American Girl book, “Chrissa”, playing Bejeweled on the IPad with Mom and also playing Littlest Pet Shop on the Ipad and “Dumb Ways to Die” on Cheryl’s phone. Cheryl read, Mark read, Josie read and Mac socialized. Cheryl is enthralled with “Light a Penny Candle” by Maeve Binchy, claiming to be an Irish “Thorn ...
... the open ocean. We were all teeming with excitement as our boat crashed over and through deep blue rolling waves. As we approached the bay where we would drop anchor, we saw a pod of more than ten dolphins playing in the water and jumping about, as if to greet the inbound visitors.
After setting the anchor, the crew lowered two 8ft x 8ft rafts made of thick plastic coated foam on the water. Each raft had a short orange box attached to it which would later ...