My Island Bed and Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... like the number of dives taken in 24 hours, the duration of the most recent dive, and the water temperature. So amazing that they can use technology like this to help these peaceful creatures. I will also miss the flowers and lushness, especially of the east side of the island. In Hawaii, if a woman puts a flower behind her right ear, she is available; if it's behind her left ear, she is taken; behind both ears, she is taken but still looking (!); and if she wears it ...
... first real use of the Jeep. But it was already two-thirty pm. Oops, I forgot a part. Before this decision point, we drove to the end of the road to see the natural stone arch on the coast and the crashing waves against the cliffs (pali). This was nice. We were getting a bit hungry so Kara decided to buy some snacks at the snack stand - two small bags - very small - one with rice cracker mix and the other with 10 sweet potato chips, ...
Today was a helicopter flight over the active volcano, Kilauea where it has made a side vent for the exit of lava. This vent is called Pu'u 'O'o Eruption. The flight was approx. 50 minutes and we saw the smoke from the lava moving through the trees burning them when the fall. There was a lot of smoke coming from the crater too. Unfortunately, the weather was not that kind to us ...
We started today's outing with a stop at Rainbow Falls. This falls drops 80 feet, and is easily accessible being just west of Hilo. Since we got a late start, it was lunchtime by the time we finished at the falls. So we headed back to Lili'uokalani park, and walked across the bridge to Coconut Island to find a lunch spot. The island has a lot of coconut trees, and we noticed that the coconuts ...
... road, and although the road is a fair way up from the ocean, the botanical gardens follow the hillside all the way down to Onomea Bay. So, because you actually have to get down to the sea where the main part of the gardens are, there's a steep pathway all the way down. There were all sorts of neat things to see on the path down, enough that it took your mind away from the fact that you'd eventually have to climb the steep path back up at the ...