Its almost getting boring with the Dolphins filling the bay in front of our hotel. Out hunting early and playing with the snorkeling humans.
We jumped in the car and decided to drive down the North Coast of the Big Island to be reminded of our trips where we had stayed before. Stopped at a place, new to us, that harvested macadamia nuts and runs a tourist store selling them as well. If you like macadamia nuts like we do, that is a financially dangerous place to visit.
We are now on Hawaiian time and have decided that seven days is a perfect amount of time to stay on in the Islands. One does not want to get used to seeing the gorgeous ocean, feel the trade winds, lush flowers, dolphins and lava flows to name a few things.
We went to Mass at 5 P.M. on the beach at the St. Michael’s the Arc Angel church to thank the Lord for giving us the health to say good bye to Libby’s brother and to allow us to spend time in one of the most beautiful places in the world. We are blessed.