Aston Shores at Waikoloa
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... and planned to build a public garden to be enjoyed by others. It is just chock full of vegetation - lots of tropical plants just like our houseplants - only huge. There were tall palms, ficus and monkey pod trees. The orchid collection was awe-inducing. There was a heliconia section - quite extensive - an anthurium section and a section with lovely varigated-leafed pants. Both Kara and I found we really enjoyed them. Kara's ...
... year, a thriving salt beef industry replaced sandalwood as the Island’s chief export, and Parker quickly grew into a respected man of wealth and influence. He learned to speak Hawaiian, adopted Hawaiian ways and in 1816, married Chiefess Kipikane, granddaughter of King Kamehameha I. They were awarded two acres of land on the slopes of Mauna Kea where they built the homestead “Mana Hale,” had three children, and began the Parker dynasty that would play ...
It's already the 20th of July and before we know it the summer will be past.
BUT not before my granddaughter Claire gets here. I can hardly wait, we made her plane reservations yesterday and she's coming Aug 2 - 18. Good thing it's been hot in Spokane lately, she'll be acclimated for Kona's heat but maybe not the humidity.
I was thinking I better suggest she leave her flat iron home and just let her hair do what it will do here ...
... also hoped to snorkel below it as it is apparently amazing, but that turned out to be a big hike too! I guess that is why these particular places are still in such good nick! We carried on to another wee beach just south of Kona, which is known for great snorkelling. It was packed with people and really didn't look that promising, but there were heaps of fish, and best of all... Sea turtles!!!! Again, I didn't go in but the boys took ...
... before heading home. Zach was out riding waves for hours and even tried to stand up on his board. That didn't work so well. I don't think he has the balance for it.
The best part of the day, however, came after supper when we decided to go down the beach and watch the sun set before we had to head off to the airport. We'd joked about seeing the green flash because my parents have only seen ...