Last day on the big Island
Kailua-Kona Travel Blog› entry 5 of 12 › view all entries
Even though we were not impressed with the B&B, the manager of the facility was a very nice gentlemen who was running it for an absentee owner. He explained the owner was trying to sell the land(was once a coffee plantation) and was not putting any money back into the B&B. The manager along with his 13 yr. old son were keeping the place going and did make an excellent breakfast each morning and was very helpfull on telling us were to snorkle( even had mask, fins, and towels for us to use)-sites to see and where to eat supper both nights. Even if I remembered the name I could not recomend it due to uncertinty of it staying open.
We did some snorkleing early in a small cove then spent the rest of day siteeing. Visited a coffee plantation and processor which was very interesting and will enclude some pictures--visit an early church called "The Painted Church" by many but is the St.
We had lunch in the pretty little town of Kailua-Kona right on the waterfront. Thats right, do not remember name of place but had good food and excellent views. Kailua-Kona town
Had a great day-got back to B&B at nightfall and went to bed early as we fly out early in AM to go to Kauai