Maureen's Bed & Breakfast
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... right! Quiet sea day with lots of reading and relaxing. Sunday, March 29, 2015 Seas remain rough, but not horrible. Lots of visible whitecaps. We continue traveling at a speed of 20 knots an hour. The winds are at 40 mph. It is still in the 80's. The ocean depth where we are is just under four miles. We haven't seen another ship since we left Bora Bora. We are due to get into Hilo, Hawaii first thing in the morning. We have to clear customs and then we have a tour ...
... more touristy and resort sections, but this is what I saw on the Hilo side of the Big Island. I really need to come back here one day because I feel like I didn't see nearly as much as I wanted to. But in reality, all I ever wanted to do was go to Hawaii. I didn't have any real idea of what I was going to see. All I wanted to do was go to Hawaii and I have done that and am so thrilled about that,
As I sit on the outside deck 6 on the MV Explorer after a long ...
Today we docked at Hilo, Hawaii to heavy mist and rain. Hilo, founded by settlers over a thousand years ago, is the largest city on the island of Hawaii. However, the Polynesian cultural influence remains strong. The area's economy was driven by the sugar production industry but in the late 20th century the plantations closed and the economy suffered. The town of Hilo is an easy walking area and plans for lots of self-guided ...
Today was kind of a catch up day. We hung out in the morning, catching up on our blog and doing laundry. Around 10:00am, Bill and Pam took us and the four dogs on a tour of their property. It's three acres of lush rainforest, so we saw lots of greenery. Bill says his main challenge is to keep the rainforest at bay. The forest acts as if it is trying to reclaim its territory. The previous owner ...
... and got themselves into their own routines. There is plenty of seating in the restaurants because everyone is so relaxed now not unlike the first day. We docked just as we finished breakfast. The coffee is sensational and I want to get some Kona local coffee to bring home. They use Lavazza on board but they do something with it that we just can't match. We have plenty of time and I wanted to check how our room credit was used. They just take it off your bill on the ...