Koa Wood Hale - Patey's Place Hostel
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In the pool outside our oom, leaping out water. Sharks and whales too, turtles and fish galore. beautiful accom. But very tired as no sleep last night, Night nights all
... of the rental agent, Anne, who came and installed a new lock. Sunday also was the day of the great roach caper. No, not that kind of roach, silly ... a real cockroach. :) We had just finished watching the Oscars (by the way, so glad Eddie Redmayne won Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking. We just saw The Theory of Everything last week, and he was amazing in it). Anyways, Roger looked over at the wall, and there was a cockroach (I ...
... of days because we can't carry much at a time (the European way of grocery shopping - frequent and fresh). We also relaxed by the pool and on the lanai, and wandered along Ali'i Drive by the ocean/pier. There is a large gas bbq by the pool, which we used to cook supper. I imagine our days will be very similar for the next few weeks, so I will only update the blog once a week or so. P.S. We are both sunburnt already. ****! I had sunscreen on, I ...
... attaining a height of 15–25 m (49–82 ft) and a spread of 6–12 m (20–39 ft). In deep volcanic ash, a koa tree can reach a height of 30 m (98 ft), a circumference of 6 m (20 ft), and a spread of 38 m (125 ft). It is one of the fastest-growing Hawaiian trees, capable of reaching 6–9 m (20–30 ft) in five years on a good site. Early Hawaiians used the Koa tree to make dugout canoes. The Mango tree is the national tree ...
... our favorite places in the islands. However, this time, the joke was on us! Turns out the restaurant is located in Kailua on Oahu, not Kailua-Kona on the Big Island. Very tricky. So once we arrived in Kona, we stopped by a coffee shop and Donna had an iced coffee while we sorted out our next steps. She doesn't drink much coffee anymore, but we were in Kona, one of the most famous coffee growing places, so she got a pass on this one. We checked online ...