Kona Banyan Tree
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- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... This morning was definitely rough with my Jack attack a little out of sorts! But she is a real trooper and wanted so much to come to the farmers market--so she made it happen. Once we got to the market everything was a whirl wind. We got up at 4:30-left by 5:30-set up and ready to go by 7:45-selling, chatting, smiling, working until noon-take down and headed to the beach by 1:30...sheesh! But it was very fun and I really did enjoy talking ...
... no vegetation to brown with a lot more greenery and finally lots of palm trees. We find our house & are very happy - beautiful house, with an amazing view. As we haven't got any food - we head in the truck down the road to a pub for dinner. Now it is time to relax, we really feel,like we are in the old fashion Hawaii. Time now for bed, as we are all exhausted - looking forward to a week of R & ...
... unheated (it was 15°C and chilly), had toasty thick comforters and, luckily, both Roger and Ryan generate a lot of heat so we were all warm enough. Tuesday We woke up to a beautiful sunny morning, and things were looking up! We got moving early to finish a few sites in the park before continuing our journey - the steam vents, created when rain (had lots of that yesterday so pretty steamy!) that has seeped into the ground is heated by Kilauea and issues out as steam; and ...
... Hawaii's smallest and most picturesque churches" (really, there's one smaller??). It's been pushed off its foundation twice by heavy wave action. That's me feeling huge standing at the door. The door was locked so we couldn't go inside, but we peeked in the side windows - eight small pews. It has mass every Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. I imagine this gawd-awful mass time helps keep the congregation small enough to fit in the tiny church. ;-) It has ...
As most of you know, I have taken more than a passing interest in WOOD in the last few years. Anyone who has seen the garage or the shop is fully aware of the multitude of pieces waiting on the shelf to be "turned" into something useful and unique. One of the great benefits of travel is that if you make a few inquiries you can find people with similar interests. Well that happened here in Hawaii. I met a wood turner who gave me an address of a place called ...