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... pick up supplies. Now back at the condo, we're just relaxing and taking in the atmosphere.
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Aloha! Another awesome weekend update for yas. The theme this weekend was the beach. Saturday through Monday we were at the beach in some form or fashion. Saturday started at 4:30AM getting ready for the Farmer's Market. This week both Jack and I were there together. Jack did an awesome job setting up the jams, jellies, and mac nut spreads! She also does a great job connecting with the customers and setting them up with everything they need. I helped our booth by ...
So if you've been following along, I have mentioned once or twice that I think this Island is made of magic. Everything here is magic. That's been one of my revelations about The Big Island. Well, today's little outing proved to be no exception. We decided to head into the little town of Kealakekua today. There's a little strip of shops, boutiques, a place called Rebel Kitchen, and the famous Donkey Balls Factory (more on that in a minute). So we hike up to Ohana Warehouse ...
... the ocean. Vast, endless, expansive blue water. You can see SO much from the road that it's almost overwhelming; the view is uninterrupted and everything feels like it goes on forever. We got to our campground - Namakanipaio - and luckily found one of the last available drive up spots. We cooked dinner over the fire; I made sausages and roasted red peppers and we had crackers and cheese and wine, hummus and carrots and all sorts of goodies. After it got dark we set off for ...
... heard of the shopping centre to the south of the hotel and wanted to go there but we discovered it was 5 miles away. So not to be deterred she arranged for a taxi to take us there. It was disappointing to say the least, mainly doctors surgeries and fast food shops. It did have a Longs Drug Store which was huge and Edie bought some Dr Scholls shoe insoles not available in Australia. She wore them immediately and was very pleased with them. We had a quick lunch ...
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