Palm Villas at Mauna Lani
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... rain started! It poured for a few hours. Unfortunately we got rained out of our initial beach plans, BUT we did get a cozy afternoon cat nap with the sound of the rain on the tin roof of the cabin. It's a sound that we both treasure because we don't get it really ever in LA. We both love the rain here; it makes Bonnie and Tara chuckle. We finished our Saturday with a bonfire on the lava rocks at Ke'ei Beach with Tara and Erin. We snagged some campfire staples ...
... the ball room (ha!) and check out their wall of flavors. Additionally, they have boar balls and monkey balls and chicken balls, all decreasing in size, respectively. It's terrible but funny. You feel silly but it's fun. And isn't that the point? So we grabbed some dark chocolate salted ones, and will probably go back for more! We took a little stroll around to some of the stores in the area. Lots of antique stores and craft stores and clothing boutiques. We chatted with ...
... A pest called the coffee berry borer can work it's way into a bean and lay eggs. This process, and often times with certain fungi, will turn the bean red. So our motto is pick the ones that are "red or dead". The beetle can live in beans that have fallen to the ground, so not only do you have to grab the beans off the tree, but we also keep an eye out for beans on the ground. A job that Jack was not too keen on in the beginning was banana pruning. Now, she really enjoys ...
... in after hours. Gate to the parking lot was closed. Didn't matter. Can't stop us. We walked around it! Us and like... 15 other people. Whatever. We're still little badasses. After some time at the falls, we decided to head back towards Hilo for a bite to eat. We initially went to a place that was a bit too fancy - much like where we tried to go before our Kombucha bar. So once again, following our instincts, we decided to search elsewhere for our fare. That's how we ended up ...
... After a cr*p lunch we headed darn sarf through the town of Captain Cook, named in his honour. There was a walk down to his monument but it involved a 2 mile hike, a drop of 2000 ft and a 2 mile hike back up. As it was 86 degrees we decided it was not a good idea. We took the next best option and drove down to a point across the bay. Carol said " Be careful of the Local's as their ancestors probably ate him." Further South took us to the Ancient Sacred Hawaiian at Pu'uhunua ...
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69 1399 Mauna Lani Drive, Kamuela | 4 star condofrom $141
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68-1310 Mauna Lani Dr, Kamuela | 5 star condofrom $253
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