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... in wooden bowls shaped like fruit and we also had cookies. On the way to the next snorkel location we saw some sea caves and lava tubes. Because we had a little boat we were able to sail right into the sea cave and get really close to the lava tubes. It was neat to get a different view of them from the ocean!
The second snorkel spot was probably my favorite. Turtles! It was a pretty secluded ...
... quite a few rolls. Forget about low carb, we're on vacation!
Next stop, Kona Coffee Living History Farm. The site preserves and interprets the artifacts and lifestyle of Kona's coffee pioneers during the years 1925 to 1945, when Japanese immigrants Daisaku and Shima Uchida and their children lived here.
Coffee was introduced to the island in 1828. By 1900, immigrant Japanese emerged as the largest ethnic group farming coffee. ...
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