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... the more spectacular. I'll be honest and say that I can't exactly remember the name of every place we stopped at, but I can remember that if was a really beautiful drive. Lots of interesting trees and plants, including plenty pandanus trees, ginger trees, and even some rainbow eucalyptus. The sun came out after lunch, which made the drive around the back of the volcano all the more spectacular. Once again, I'll let my photos do most of the talking. We arrived back at ...
... the next job was to feed the animals. Peter keeps the following animals on his Ranch... African geese, Tilapia fish, goats, chickens, a duck, Greylag geese, two cats and Elmer the dog. Without invitation he also keeps a healthy population of singing birds, scorpions (who like our outdoor toilet), biting centipedes, Jackson chameleons, slugs, spiders, mosquitoes, cockroaches, mice, ants and termites! Well ...
... went down and we realized that we had bought food for snacks, but not any food for dinner. So we went to the local market and bought two different kinds of Hawaiian poke, one with Ahi and one with octopus. They were good and a nice light meal given that it was past 10pm back home in California.
We turned in by 11, noting with disappointment that the bed appeared to be a full instead of a queen, and that as there was no ...
... and had a Mai Tai then proceeded to continue that on well past happy hour with more good island drinks. We spent some time with Cecelia, Kathy's friend whose son's wedding brought us to Hawaii. We had a nice time hanging out and getting to know her grandson Grayson who is a cute 9 months old. We finally left our secluded cabana at 4pm to go up ...
Woke up around our usual time, headed out to the balcony where we talked about books for awhile. We have all finished reading one book, and need to download something for Luke to enjoy for Hawai'i Part 2. Finishing our food supplies today, so we needed to think ahead and plan lunch out. Ended up at a restaurant called SLAPPYCAKES where, as you can tell from the pix, you order batter, toppings and syrups and then actually cook and flip at your own ...
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