We rented a bright blue Mustang convertible. Once we were inside, it made us feel young. (Getting inside and buckling up made us feel a bit old.)
The Mauna Kea opened after about 10 years of earthquake repair in 2008. It more lovely than before. What a treasure!
The flame tree and the parrots still highlight the lobby view.
Mieko's colleague Vicki and Husband, at brunch, Sunday a.m.
Brunch includes sushi, roast beef, Peking duck, smoked salmon, and 12 deserts.
We snuck in some golf on Waikoloa's Beach Course. Confusion gave us 19 holes, over 7000 yards, and a whole lot of time. Nice course, great conditions, and lots of fun.
And then Mieko insisted on a trip to Honoka'a and a visit to Hula Moon. She has been here before. She has bought stuff here before. They have her sizes.
The final dinner out was a Sansei, in the Queens Shops at Waikoloa. Half-price on most a la carte items on Sunday and Monday. Excellent abalone (farm raised.)
We had fun.
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