Aston Kona by the Sea
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- All-Suites Property
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
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... lemongrass and ginger beer! They had decent food too, and Des ordered us one of her favorite desserts. It's called Haupia (how-pee-ah) Sweet Potato Pie, and it was a delicious dessert of taro and a great whipped coconut topping. Check out the picture of it! Des was kind enough to drop us at the farm that night, since "No Buses Run On Sunday's!" *** Monday morning we were up and on the bus by 7:15! Buses run on Mondays. Wanted to meet Des early and get a good start to our Hawaiian ...
... farther north to Kohala, and had some sushi and pineapple iced tea for lunch, followed by the world (Hawaiian) famous ice cream, Tropical Dreams...pineapple coconut. I asked for two scoops, she warned me it was a lot, but I figured I'm only gonna be here once, so still went for the double scoop. I then headed back down south towards Kona, and stopped at as many beaches as I could along the ...
... in Hawaii, so we cashed that in and went to Rays on the Bay, the restaurant at the Sheraton Resort that shines lights out onto the bay to attract plankton & manta rays after dark. We had a nice supper and saw lots of manta ray night-dive excursions out in the bay, but didn't really see any manta rays from the viewing deck. No problem, we saw them right beside us on the zodiak! Friday the 13th Brie & Ryan set out early to drive the Hamakua Coast, the east ...
... in 1926. And what was a coconut-lined bay got whacked by a tsunami in 2011. The area has had a rough go of it. I guess being a landlocked flatlander has its perks! We continued on for a bit but it started to rain before we reached South Point (the southernmost point in the U.S., even "souther" than the Florida Keys). We decided to call it a day. We will be close to South Point when we are at our condo in Punalu'u near Volcano National Park in our last few weeks ...
... coast. It gave us a great orientation to the area. We will use it to ride out to the areas that are too far to walk to. FRIDAY We walked to the Farmers Market nearby and bought some fresh fruit and vegetables. Mmmm. Ate half the pineapple with supper. OMG! So tasty. We also went to the grocery to get some meat and odds & ends. I saw a local lady at the deli buying poke, so I struck up a conversation with her to learn more about it. Poke is ...