Aston Shores at Waikoloa
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... shame in having a little fun at work apparently! I got a shirt and a sticker, checked out the local boards, and we continued on to Volcano. On the way to. Volcano, we had to make a stop at the local Hilo coffee mill just outside of town. The cute little old lady sparked a conversation with us that included convincing us to stay and live on the island. She ever went as far as grabbing Shay as she was coming out of the bathroom to try and plant the bug a ...
... 447ft, depending on how you define the base)
- We drove past land that Bill Gates has leased from the Hawaiian Government to Resorts
- The cute little plants that we named 'Ness Trolls', due to their resemblance to Ness' nest waving about in the wind, are actually called African fountain grass and originate from Africa. So our naming of them was basically spot on, as that's where ...
... but very similar in that they did dances and acts from different Pacific nations. The woman emcee made a big point of trying to make us into a family and she emphasized the values of the Polynesian people. We got to see some crafts. Kara and I both got temporary tattoos - she got a turtle and I, a butterfly. We saw the pig being taking out of the pit and carried off where it was basically shredded. The food was excellent. The emcee ...
... tropical fish that live in the rocks of the small bay. In the few times I've snorkeled, I've never seen so many beautiful fish; Yellow Tang and a little polka-dotted puffer fish were the few that I could identify. After a leisurely lunch and siesta, our foursome met up and toured about the immediate area and doing a bit of shopping. Brent also arranged for an exchange on the car which turned out to be very advantageous as we now have a van that seats seven. With Inger ...
... and personal memorabilia of Hawaiian royalty.
We had dinner at Huggo's Restaurant which overlooks Kona Bay. Lovely view, great service and food.
We hope to return to Kona either next year or the year after to watch Nicole compete and finish the Ironman World Championships. Of course she has to qualify to do this but we are confident that she can put this race behind her and get her race plans back on ...