Aston Shores at Waikoloa
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... its moment to shine in my mind. Brilliant, and sublime. Meg's Final Thoughts: Between the suggestions from those we've met along the way and Bonnie's recommendations, we did and saw so many amazing things! I tried really hard to embrace the fact that we weren't on a schedule and just enjoy each moment for however long we could. Like Jack mentioned above, I just kept being overcome with emotion at how incredible each part of our weekend really was. When I'm here I feel ...
We had to get up early & leave for a Wyndham Presentation. We could not get a parking pass for our place if we did not go. The only problem with time shares is the presentation thing. We did end up buying a share. We do like Wyndham & where we are staying is beautiful Spent most of the day by the pool. Hot Dogs for ...
... had to tie everything down, as some of their chairs and the lid to their cool box flew in to the water at one point. It was so blustery that the back of the lounger that the grandma was sat on even flicked up and whacked poor granny in the back of the head as well! Don't worry, she was okay, but yes, we buried our heads in our towels and chuckled. Lots of the little birdies came to visit our loungers, especially when we cracked our cereal bars out.
... tipped us off that we could feed them the nearby leaves. They ate right from our hands!
On our way into Kona to find some some shops, we happened upon Annie's. I had seen it listed in the guidebooks and it smelled great as we drove past. A good find, for sure! We had a nice Ahi tuna sandwich with purple potato salad and amazing tempura onion rings, as well as some refreshing beverages. Back on the road to the shops, mom ...
... born and raised on Hawaii. Her boy friend races and works on hot rods and they travel to go to races. She graduated from college with a degree in Pacific Studies and ended up working on Midway Island for three years before getting into the hotel and real estate businesses and from there to time share for Hilton. We listened to the entire presentation, saw the very fancy two-bedroom unit and then finally said we couldn't be persuaded to ...