Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas
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... their spirit journeys and their lucid dreams. Where everyone might be a little stoned, but more at peace with the world than I've ever been. But you know what? We loved it. We loved being there. The place was filled with such wonderful, positive energy. We had the BEST acai bowls that Everlete handmade while we were talking. We got 16oz glasses of Kombucha and Jun and shared stories and laughed and connected. Our phones charged in a corner and we never touched them. We ...
... our way at the back of these properties through a ‘water street’, no traffic lights needed here!
Before we knew it, it was our last full day on Big Island. We spent it enjoying the sun on our balcony (mostly laughing at a Saffron Finch who was trying to mate with his reflection in our car mirror!), leisurely packing and spending time with Riaan, Lisa and Riaan’s lovely mum, Cathy, who may we ...
... 21.2999992370605px;">Later in the afternoon, we headed back to get ready for our stargazing tour. We waited at Buns in the Sun (I assure you it was a bakery) for the tour guide to collect us. A just as wacky, but slightly less weird, version of Jim Carey hopped out and enthusiastically introduced himself as Chris. Half of the group jumped on Chris' bus, while the rest of us waited for his colleague Jim, whose bus we'd be riding on. How to describe Jim... the ...
... Harley Davidson shop and then we found a nice strip of local shops. We made some purchases and ended the outing with a Kona coffee pie ice cream. Yum! Our last trip back to the room, we finally took one of the old fashioned wooden boat rides. We dumped off our baggage so that we could find the Buddha point that we'd been hearing about. Getting in everything we can before our check out tomorrow and journey to new accommodations. -kjk
... the program. For roughly $18,000, I could get the use of a one-bedroom condo for one week every two years or a studio every year plus pay $1300 per year in expenses. They said it was a way to upgrade your accommodations. It probably would be a very good deal if you typically spent over $200 per night on hotels. Gen seemed disappointed when we didn't buy and we parted quickly as she went on to her next appointment. It wasn't an entirely ...