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... and dry it with the skin on. This takes longer - thus adding to the cost. It is also more difficult to remove the skin after drying. Both of these processes, however, have led to very successful coffees. The one with the skin has been rated 97 - one of only 10-12 coffees to have done so. The other is a 95 I believe. Karen told us about the boars they ruin the trees - they catch an average of one per week and donate them. She said we might ...
... months of the makahiki, which was a festival honoring the god Lono with hula performances, competitive games, feasting and special offerings. Cook was treated as a divine guest by the Hawaiians. He attended a special ceremony at another nearby heiau that was held in his honor. And at Hikiau Heiau, he performed the first Christian ceremony in Hawaii, a funeral service for one of his crew members. Shortly after Cook left Hawaii, he was forced to return due to a broken ...
... and bananas that we bought at the store yesterday out on our balcony. We saw a man on a golf cart feed about 9 cats with actual cat food
I was anxious to get underway because it seemed like a pretty heavy itinerary for the day. Plus we keep getting lost around here - there is something about these little photocopied maps that is disorienting. So we drove north and headed for the other side of the Waipio Valley. Here you could walk ...
... for this little town. Jam packed with thousands of people, all trying to watch their favorite competitor whether it be mom, dad, brother, sister or grandparent, spouse or just friend. OK maybe on second thought I'll just stay home and see if I can live stream it..... ha ha. No, I'll most likely gather courage and wind my way down ...
... after dark. No lights along the road & lots of wildlife. Took us a little bit longer to get back to Waikoloa but worth the stops for all the views. I can't imagine what "the views" would have been if not raining/cloudy.
I hope you are enjoying the pictures and the blog. I am not very good at this but enjoy sharing our fun with you. Nothing "planned" for tomorrow but I am sure we will come up with something ...
Other places to stay in Waikoloa
69-200 Pohakulana Place, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $181
- Great for families
- Sufficient and adequate
- Average overall
68-1745 Waikoloa Road, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $114
- Had a great time
- Glad we bought the timeshare
- Great Place
69-1035 Keana Place, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $195
69-1000 Kolea Kai Circle, Waikoloa | 5 star condofrom $357
Ferencváros, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $31
69-1010 Keana Place, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $195
68-3831 Lua Kula Street, Waikoloa, Waikoloa | Condofrom $52
69-699 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $209
69-450 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | Condo
- Pretty Average
- Great Time, Great Resort
- Not Sure I Would Stay Again