The Beach Villas at Kahalu'u
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... and get crazy, and other parts are so calm, you're not fighting the water at all. We like the calmer parts, especially after getting beat up surfing. After working up a crazy appetite, we took Des to the BEST poke place in Kona: Da Poke Shack. It was a perfect finish. We dropped off the boards, Des dropped us on a beach, and we had to bid Aloha to our friend since she was headed back to Oahu. But man, what a whirlwind! It was so jam packed with awesomeness, we could hardly believe ...
... lt;b>6:00pm - Farewell presentation dinner at the </b><b>Garden Terrace</b> This evening we’ll gather for a 3 course farewell tropical presentation dinner under the Hawaiian stars, celebrating our victors, rejoicing in new friendships and recanting the great times in Hawaii. <b>(B,D) Leave at 7.30pm to go to airport and fly to ...
... boards (which were lent to us by our rental homeowner), and with a broken toenail the only injury (Bennett) when he was helping Brie get safely ashore on the paddleboard this morning. We went to mass at the Painted Church again, then after supper it was time to take them to the airport for their 10:30 pm redeye flight. We're sure going to miss them. They helped us live outside the box a bit while they were here, and we made lots of great memories ...
... of the rental agent, Anne, who came and installed a new lock. Sunday also was the day of the great roach caper. No, not that kind of roach, silly ... a real cockroach. :) We had just finished watching the Oscars (by the way, so glad Eddie Redmayne won Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking. We just saw The Theory of Everything last week, and he was amazing in it). Anyways, Roger looked over at the wall, and there was a cockroach (I ...
... another day. ;-) * Poi is made from the taro plant, produced by mashing the cooked underground stem until it's liquid. Consistency can be "one-finger", "two-finger" or "three-finger", depending on how many fingers are required to scoop it up to eat it. Lol. They eat it as a side dish, put it on meat, etc. They also bake with it. It's gluten free! SATURDAY We went to the free 'Iolani Luahine Hula Festival. 'Iolani Luahine was a well known ...