What a Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dry, the beef was tough, the veggies bland. Joel said he enjoyed it though, so maybe that pork that I missed may have saved it for me. Even the deserts weren't awesome - the coconut cake not very coconutty and the chocolate cake kind of dry. The entertainment portion was quite good though - there was a narrator who talked us through several different stories and there would then be a hula dance and music to accompany. There was ...
... and then handed it off to a very drunk Austrailian...pub hop name, Mother May I..... Soon after the hop was over a still tipsy(?) Wendy felt the need to dance.....
After the still tipsy(?) Wendy got her dance onwe wondered around a while and then went to dinner. Food was pretty good...I loved the cream of broccoli soup. Wendy got a lovely pasta primavera....until the still tipsy (?) ...
... some "lava" and Owen loved having sand in his feet. We also tested out the pool, and then met up with the third couple Brian and Gaitaine and their kids Liam and Ivy for supper at their condo. Mel Duncan, Henry, and Penny had arrived at the hotel shortly after us got checked in and hit the beach for some wave action as well. We then caught an amazing sunset (pictured here) and turned in for the ...
... a true hidden gem...such a great decision to go for a walk everything happens for a reason! After my walk we had lunch and decided to try Slaughterhouse Beach for some snorkeling and sunshine.
We were so lucky to see sunshine all afternoon they were forecasting rain but we ended up with a great afternoon. So lets talk about Slaughterhouse oh my, thank goodness that I'm strong now it was very challenging! The ...
... breakfast needed to be quick, so I had no time for such delicious antics. Somebody needed to get her snorkel on. After another great meal we grabbed our rental car that was conveniently located in our hotel. We set off for Honolua Bay which was only about a 10 minute drive north of our hotel. Bree had thoroughly researched this bay and was stoked to snorkel. In order to get to the bay we needed to hike through the rain forest for about 5 ...