South Kona Hideaway
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- Free parking
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... br> The area is very proud of all they do and have. Even the small medical clinics and churches were represented in the parade.
Now off to find something to eat. I'm famished. Let's see.... Mexican? Fish? Burger? Mud Pie ;--) oh better not. I landed at Kona Inn and found a table outside looking out at the pier. The sunset was gorgeous. I don't get to see too many of them this time of year and was sure bless by this one. I ordered a seafood cob salad and thought it sure would ...
... The roads down were bloody skinny and curvy. Didn't see any spinner dolphins that frequent the area. Boo! We found a botanical garden that was a non profit type place, but seemed weird way down by the bay. Filled with absolutely stunning plants and more hippy-type things. It was unbearably hot so we didn't stay long. Headed next to the Painted Church; a Catholic Church with lovely paintings on the sides ...
... when we at the shops we found something quite exciting, not telling what is was just yet. We came home and did some research on the internet and talked about it, still not telling you yet!
Look below this, have you guessed????
No not a turtle.........An underwater camera....
With our ...
... all from the one plant. I'm seriously considering my new career as a coffee plantation owner. It's the perfect plant !
J-she meets some more lovely Americans, from Arizona. A couple of crazy ladies full of humour and ****-taking, they could easily pass as Ozzies.
We go off to a painted church and it's not breathtaking but the history is somewhat interesting. By now we're talking with Steve about all things other than the standard ...
... In the garden there coffee and macadamia trees. The place is very laid back and I'm sure we'll enjoy our two nights here.
We drove down to Kealakekua, a bay famed for its snorkeling. It's a bit of a trek to get there but the snorkeling was great. Access is off lava rocks, there is a access point called 'two steps' where you can slide into ...