After our visit to the coffee plantation, sibling Lynne and her Arkansas/Oklahoma crew suggested our two-car caravan take a short trip to a little town they’d spotted previously.
Kealakekua, here we came.
There was only one sign that the quaint little town was as close to the sea as we were in Kona. I joked with niece Kimi about how they were being stingy with their dolphins around here.
We walked. We looked. We went inside places and talked to friendly people.
Purchases were made inside the Donkey Balls store. No burros were mistreated to make this suspiciously named chocolate-covered macadamia nuts. They even had some sugar-free varieties for me.
The town’s pub/restaurant looked inviting, but we did not go in.
There was some hanging out as folks did their own thing.
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Mine was wandering up and down the block to shoot photos with my iPhone 6s.
Tuesday: A hopping luau