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... etched-glass window behind the altar. On Thursday night, we went to a free slack-key guitar concert at the Royal Kona Resort bar - Don's Mai Tai Bar. Slack-key is a style of guitar playing that originated in Hawaii. Its name comes from the "slacking" of one or more of the strings until the six strings form a single chord. I was attracted to the music; Roger to the Mai Tai's. We met another couple - Jack & Ruth from Lougheed, Alberta. We had some ...
We have been watching the weather forecast the last couple of days as we wanted to catch a nice day to drive over to Hilo on the other side of the island. Well on the news lat night they said today would be the best day this week to avoid rain so we packed a picnic last night and got up early this morning. After breakfast, we headed out to Hilo. The drive over there was beautiful. The highway was a treat to drive and the traffic was minimal. It was interesting to see ...
... show starring Kevin Spacey. Plane arrived on time at 9:52 and we had to walk off the stairs into the warm, humid air. It was wonderful! Baggage arrived too! We took the shuttle to the car rental but there was such a line up we didn't get out of there till about 11:15. We headed to town, stopping at the 24 hour Safeway for a few things. We found the villas easily and hauled everything inside. Dianne made a toasted ham sandwich and we dropped into bed! Glad to be ...
... of years eruptions built up the volcanoes in this park until their tops emerged from the sea as an island. Measured from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, these volcanoes are among the greatest mountain masses on the earth. The Park is located on the east side of the Island and is about an hour and a half from Kona.
We ended up hiring a 150cc motor scooter. Our first trip on it was to see the Painted Church, Kealakekua Bay, Captain Cook's Monument and the Place ...
... The seed is removed, dried, and eventually roasted. This farm sells the dried bean to manufacturers who then do the roasting.
After the farm, we drove around the southern part of the island and then back to the hotel. We got ready for dinner at the Lava Lava Beach Club. We missed the sunset by 15-20 minutes, but we still had a fantastic dinner and view. There was a lovely breeze and very relaxing.
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