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View from my lawn chair at our resort  

View from my lawn chair at our resort

The BIG Island of Hawai'i Part II: More Ancient Hawaiian Villages, Ranches, Coffee Plantations, and Beaches

October 25th 2015
25 October 2015 Sunday. As we had toured the Hamakua and Kona Coasts the previous two days (see previous blog), this left only the Kohala Coast to complete our overview of the Big Island. We had intended to attend services at the small chapel on the resort grounds, but no one called us at 6 AM on this day so we slept in. By 9 AM we were driving north along the coast...another beautiful day of blue ... read more
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2nd November 2015

This is the life!
Love this image of you sitting on this lawn chair reading Mark Twain's views on your paradise! How fabulous there's an historic park that explained how the original Hawaiians lived! You needn't worry about hot, humid weather on the Camino--hot yes, but not humid. However, with all the walking, for sure, you'll want lots of water. And wow--that water at your resort was incredible--glad you took time to sample all those pools!

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