The Beach Villas at Kahalu'u
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... one we've seen. Anyways, uck! Thank goodness we caught it, because it was bedtime and we didn't want to go to bed with it in the room. We had a similar caper in Mexico once, but the cockroach was on the bed! :-O We did do a couple of little excursions by trolley. One was to Keauhou Bay, south of here and at the end of the trolley route, to check out the pier where a lot of the manta ray tours leave from, which is one of the excursions Brie & Ryan want ...
... into long boring flight and couldn't sleep. OMG! First World problems, for sure. ;-) I know ... poor us! We got in at 10 p.m. local time. By the time we got our luggage, got a cab and got settled into our condo, it was 11:30 p.m. = 3:30 a.m. Regina time. As I write this, it's 4 a.m. here (8 a.m. at home). Roger is gently snoring away beside me. He's a good sleeper. Will have to get my internal clock straightened out over the next couple of ...
... So off it went to Barbara's house in Bellevue and I will go down and pick it up when we next visit. Now before you get all excited, Dianne did visit a quilting shop as well. She got information about a "shop hop" in February. There are 10 quilt shops all over the island that offer deals on fabric, etc. the more you visit, the better the deals! Must prepare for at least a couple of days of driving! Speaking of driving, we had to exchange our car today ...
... health of the reef. We saw a Trumpetfish, some Longnose Butterfly fish, Durgons, a Rock fish, and even a White Reef Shark by one of the two sunken boats. After the ride we stopped by Ali'i Buzz for vegan blueberry scones and iced coffee (decaf this time!). Before leaving town, we stopped by the one and only Costco on the island to pick up 10 cooked chickens for Pam and her dogs. We got home kind a late, but had plenty of leftover soup and a quinoa dish to ...
... you really can't compare AC to Hawaii.
We had dinner at the Merriman. It's a local restaurant serving locally grown food, etc. I had chicken and Marty had some seafood dish. He said it was the best meal he had the entire trip. Mine was great - but not the best.
Most of the pictures we took were from the pool and the grounds.