Pineapple Park - Kona
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Keine Sorge, uns geht es immer noch gut! Dass ihr schon länger nichts mehr von uns gelesen habt liegt daran, dass wir hier auf Hawai’i so richtig Ferien geniessen und es für euch nur einen Blog pro Insel gibt. Dafür wird dieser wohl jeweils umso länger, und die Anzahl Fotos umso grösser sein… ;-)
Unser Flug nach Big Island ( …
... go at them so they start banging the nuts against the tin roof lol! Not so funny when you're trying to sleep though! Anyway, after speaking to the owner brad we decided to have a wonder. We went up to a market about 20 mins drive away (the closest one!) to get some alcohol as Safeway didn't sell it past 11pm so couldn't get any the night before. Then we wondered down to the closest beach which had 'salt and pepper sand' (black and white) and it ...
... I had read about the Punalu'u bakery in one of my magazines. The bakery is know for their homemade sweet bread & pastries. We all got a sandwich and saved room for a Lillikoi Passion Fruit Glazed Malasada for dessert. The malasada is like a doughnut at home but here in Hawaii they are a "specialty".
We continued South on Highway 11, still in search of "Black Sand Beach". Seven more miles ...
... Mike Rowe at their plantation from a couple of months ago. He is dude from Dirtiest jobs on the Discovery Channel. The tour was great as we saw the workers right beside us. They were on their iPhones until the alarm went and they needed to move, transfer coffee or do something important. We left there and stopped at a golf club for lunch at 3 pm. Clubhouse was closed but the lady offered to make us a Sammie. ...