During week number two we moved to this more remote little house about 35min outside of Hilo. I found it on craigslist, a nice guy named Micha was renting it out. It was an adorable little studio for two.
This big old canister is what they call catchment, because they get so much rain here much of there house hold water is fresh and free. (However we were told not to drink it)
We spent my first weekend off touring the island. First stop was the Hilo Coffee Mill's farmers market.
This neat looking fruit below is used to make chocolate truffles!
These hens ruled the grounds...they were running around looking for breakfast leftovers.
French toast, papaya and sausage were on special that morning.
After breakfast d and I took off around the island, checking out a few beaches along the way.
D loves body surfing the waves!
The sunsets are amazing, and if your lucky you may even spot a whale.
One of our other trips to the beach that week started at the Kona Brewing Company to sample some of their local brews.
I could get used to this!