Maureen's Bed & Breakfast
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... removed to make sure that they don't fall and bonk anyone on the head. (Apparently, there are more deaths each year from falling coconuts than from shark attacks!) After a pleasant lunch, we headed back to the scenic drive to visit the Hawaii tropical botanical garden. The $15 entry fee was well worth it. The garden has an amazing assortment of trees plants and flowers, along with views ...
... mi took a couple of photos with Andrews camera on the back of the boat, you can see the bottoms getting churned up as it moves itself. We decided to have dinner as we are just outside the buffet. Andrew went in first and I came out with just as much. Honey pineapple have, whiting, Asian dishes, salads, stuffed potato skins and the list goes on. I loaded my plate but it wasn't overloaded. We had that and at 7.00 pm Andrew wanted to go to a magic show in the Theatre. So off ...
With lunch behind us we proceeded to continue our drive back to the condo taking the scenic route north. This journey took us to Laupahoehoe Point Beach. Wow what a gorgeous sight. Large waves rolling white caps on top of the dark blue water breaking on the lava rocks piercing through the ocean floor. After taking the photo ops at the beach we ...
We had a busy day today.
We woke early this morning as the sun was rising. It rained off and on throughout the night but had pretty much stopped by morning. We couldn't actually see the sunrise through the clouds though.
The hostess, Bev, is wonderful and very friendly. She greeted us with leis and hugs as if we're family an then showed us around our apartment and pointed out all of the important amenities.
We got our first good look at our Lodge today. We ...
Finally after days on the Ocean, we can see Hawa´. Very emotional, especially when you see land forming out of the clouds and realise where you are!
Little history about Hilo, aka the Big Island. The youngest of all the Hawa´an island. Discovered by Polynesian first and then by Captain Cook in 1778 (so quite recent). Only around 44 000 people living there, you've got room for yourself!
Well appart from the fact that the volcano is still active...there's ...