Mana Ranch Bed & Breakfast
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... samples and welcoming folks to come and take a look around at all of our goodies! [Jack Says: Meg is a PRO at engaging customers and getting them to come take a look. She is friendly and smiling and people just seem drawn to her. When I try to peddle the butter, I get turned down a lot. But Meg reels them in like fish!] Towards the end of the morning Jack and I split a lilikoi Kombucha tea! We're big on Kombucha nowadays, it would seem! After the market, I helped ...
... screw the bus, we'll hitch hike in. It's only a few miles, no biggie. We throw out thumbs and the FIRST car that sees us pulls over. Magic. We get in and it's a lovely older woman who chats with us and gets to know us a bit as she drives us in. Sweet woman, to be sure. She even makes a joke about how she'll pick us up on her way home if she's sees us, which is very kind but completely impractical. Anywho, Rebel Kitchen is delicious! They have a great selection of ...
... an additional challenge because fruit will roll away from the trees base; it's really tricky! But if you're still having trouble, you can always look for the swarm of fruit flies over the damaged fruit. The undamaged fruit can be harder to spot; the buggies can't show you. All of the fruit that falls that's good, we can eat! So there's a lot to motivate you if you're craving mango or some freshly ripe guava! A daunting job on the farm is harvesting macadamia nuts in the fields ...
... of the island; they get almost twice the rainfall of the Kona side. It's a rainforest. A real rainforest. And yet again, for what feels like the millionth time, I was struck by that. This wasn't a picture book from my childhood. It wasn't a textbook from school. It wasn't a documentary on TV or a scene from a movie. This was a real, live rainforest. And we were in it. It was a JUNGLE, complete with crazy tall trees, vines hanging everywhere, bamboo, lush green plants ...
... the same Hawaiian Aloha culture; happy, relaxed, easy going people and way of life which is reflected in every place and everything we did.
We loved it the minute we landed and we leave with the same feeling. It made an instant likeable impact on us and we know without doubt that we will return to Hawaii some day for its beauty, unique culture, delicious food, and all things Aloha!
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