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... reached Hawii we got arms walked around. It was like something out of the 70's. We walked around and had some that is made there, it was delicious. After checking the town out we took route 250 south to 190 then 19 back to the villas, beautiful ride through the mountains with ranches ask around and the ocean in the distance. Once home we headed to the lava beach club. Awesome views, mai tai s and sliders. Service a little to start but then picked ...
... in Hawaiian. And that you can say it sarcastically and apparently its super funny. Hahaha. That about wrapped it up for the night. We headed back to the hotel to enjoy the rest of our night together in our beautiful room. Tomorrow? Maybe a tattoo I drew up today, getting Shays credit card she left in Kona, and watching Chris play a the Kona Brewing Company! Stay tuned readers. We'll fight through to the end for ...
... and lucky, we all really are down on planet Earth. We really do need to start loving our planet more - I don't fancy our chances on any of the others if ours goes kaput!
Sweet dreams and don't forget to wish upon a star!
Jess (and Ness) ...
... get the roof on and off we were a bit skeptical but like a good mustang it was easy peasy!
We drove along the coast north of Kona to Mauna Kea beach hotel which is home to the Mauna Kea beach. All beaches in Hawaii are public but the ...
... carried up to the surface. We also went to the site that erupted a long time ago, and the whole area was covered in pumice, which is formed in the last phases of a volcano's activity.
Thursday was the highlight of the week - we went snorkeling! The beach was called Pu'uhonoa O Honaunau, and it was beautiful. The moment you put your head under the surface, there are fish to see. Even before you look underwater, you can see the Yellow Tang swimming in ...