The Islands at Mauna Lani
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... first set foot on the island in 1778 and where he was eventually killed. Nearby is Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, a well-restored Hawaiian “place of refuge.” North of Kailua-Kona is the Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic ...
... by driving her cousins car to the airport. It was actually really nice; the ride home gave her and I some real, quality time to talk about ourselves outside of the farm and that doesn't happen often. It was a nice change of pace and a really special moment for me to learn more about this incredible woman, and for her to learn about me. Jack went with Tara to grab some gelato in town! [Jack Says: I think gelato is even better than ice cream. I know that sounds crazy, ...
... and some speciality items, and they have Kona beer in bottle for cheap. I got a dynamite Jerk chicken sandwich on a fresh rosemary bun (anything on rosemary is a winner) and Meg got a shrimp and bacon sandwich. Shrimp and bacon! So tasty. We sat outside where the store owner's (?) dog hangs out! His name is Gumbo and he is just a bundle of love. He sat with us while we munched and had our beers. The sun came out, everything was lovely. Magic! Next stop, Donkey Balls. ...
... the black sand beach is how it's made. When hot lava hits the ocean, the drastic change in temperature causes the lava to immediately harden and explode. It turns into these little black rocks which then get beaten by the ocean into sand. It's a beautiful and rare sight; a testament to how the young the island is. It's rare because once the lava stops flowing, the source for the sand stops. In a few decades it'll get washed away with the tide and replaced with brown, ...
... we had a lovely drink in the warm evening, met a nice couple from Vancouver then admired the many photographs of the Manta's in the bar lobby. So you could say, I did see them after all!
The following morning we were finally met with the blue skies and sunshine we'd been waiting for and it was HOT!
There was no hanging about, we packed, ate breakfast, squeaked over the toy laden floor, said goodbye ...