Pomaika'i "Lucky" Farm B&B
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... count the two calls, one yesterday and one Friday to two of my friends that pray but the Lord is encouraging me to do it again this week.
On my own I like to txt and email but he was right today when he said we can't 'see' how they really are if it's not face to face or voice to voice... so I plan to do this.
Now don't think I'm over here in Hawaii at YWAM Kona just sitting alone and not interacting with folks, I see over 100 people a day and ...
Headed out for an afternoon of snorkeling and then to a little place called The Coffee Shack. We were joined by this little guys. This place comes highly recommended by our friends Dan and Jay and it didn't disappoint. Will be a 'must-do' anytime we're in the island. Great BLT on their homemade luau breads. ...
... ukelele lesson. There is the option of renting a gorgeous comfy cabana, but the cheeky buggers charge $75 USD per day (this is where Hawaii has no chance compared with the likes of Thailand). Although it was rather overcast, it was lovely and I managed to chew through a decent amount of my book. The massage was lovely too - I went for a 50 min Lomi Lomi, which is the Hawaiian equivalent of the Swedish massage. Afterwards I was taken into the Salt Room to relax. I had ...
... the tour we walked around the quaint town of Hilo, visiting the market and the East Hawai'i cultural center. The town was relocated here in the 1960s after a devastating tsunami destroyed the original town site. On the way back to our ship we walked along a black sand beach, formed from crushed lava. So after this rather exciting day, we went to the evening ship entertainment, a variety show featuring the magician, the ventriloquist, and the singer that were headlined earlier in the ...
... level banking job, but found his passion in beer....Erh? And here he is, giving tour in Hawaii and immersed in beer!
We had enough beer to go around 2nd-3rd round during sampling, which was in a separate well-shaded outdoor area. Usually a group consists of 15 people, ours only 9. The less (drinkers) the merrier!
A list of beer we had,
Big Wave, Lemongrass luau, Castaway IPA, Pipeline Porter.
Not an IPA ...