Mauna Lani Terrace Condominiums
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... the mountains about 3000ft up. The view from our balcony of the coast and Mauna Kea (where we will be stargazing in a few nights, and visiting the observatory) is amazing. Also the tree house itself is amazingly cosy! We have lucked out with this place. We spent a very nice evening, where Dev cooked some sausagy pasta, and fell asleep on my shoulder watching Phantom of the Opera :) Tomorrow we give snorkelling another go, and hope to see some turtles! ...
... She has stepped in and taken the lead where needed and she is the one who took the video of us swimming with the manta rays earlier. I'll see if I can post it here as well
Jackson is the GO Center manager. He and his wife serve the campus in various ways. Jackson co-founded the Word By Heart upper level school. Word By Heart has one driving ambition — Jesus. This course will enable you to see Jesus in a unique and personal way. It will also enable you ...
This is the final entry in our blog. Our vacation in beautiful Hawaii has come to an end. Up at 6:00am to watch our final sunrise, breakfast on the lanai, packing the car and a last minute check to make sure we had all our belongings. Now off to the main entrance to check out of the condo. Once checked out we proceeded to Kona area where we did some last minute gift shopping, walked along the water and then had a long late lunch at Kona Brewing Company. ...
Today was a fun day. The morning started off with our daily run, which is taking longer & longer each day. It is hard running out here in the middle of the lava fields! Brian and Moli headed into Costco to pick up a few items while I stayed at the condo and caught up on the laundry.
We decided to stay in Waikoloa for the day. We spent the day at the ...
... of the island which was such a very pretty drive. Passed some pretty gulches (gorges). We stopped for lunch in some tiny place where the owner fussed to the entire place where people were from. Too many Canadians visit so we were left alone. On the way home listening to the radio driving thru heavy, scary fog, we were put on alert for a tsunami advisory. Lovely! We cooked another dinner at ...