Kona Banyan Tree
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- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
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The wind has come up slightly and the surf outside our unit is really pumping. On venturing out all of the beaches are closed and car parks locked. Even the lagoon is closed. We headed out to a place called Two Steps near the old Hawaiian Chiefs village. It was a little rough so I didn't snorkel as I am not as confident swimming as the others. …
Nice easy start this morning after the late night last night as by the time we all got to bed it was after midnight. Outside on the lanai while eating breakfast we saw this bird with a red head and a sparrow body. The colour on his head was so bright. The photo of the same bird is from yesterday lunchtime when we saw more of them.
Today we are relocating from Volcano to Kona on the coast. We have driven through the middle of the island on Saddle Road where there are two old volcanos on either side of the road. Mauna Kea is the largest volcano now inactive which is 25,000 feet which includes what is under sea level and 14,000 above sea level. On top of this extinct volcano is …
... Camaro and, unbeknownst to us, the Camaro was officially missing. They were pretty excited when we showed up with it, as I'm sure someone was going to be in deep doodoo about it. But if we had known ... dammit, missed opportunity there, for sure! So we are on foot again. After our whirlwind of activity last week, we've spent a quiet and relaxing week. We sleep in (I'm sleeping in til past 7 now!), and Roger could sleep much later but it's a small condo and once I'm awake and ...
... the countryside, wreaking havoc on family farms and gardens. Parker stayed for a time, tended fishponds for the King and went to sea again during the War of 1812—and when he returned to Hawai‘i to live, he brought a new, state-of-the-art American musket. The King gave Parker exclusive permission, not only to shoot the wild cattle, but to supply meat and hides for local and foreign consumption. The musket is still in possession of Parker Ranch. In less ...