Big Island, day two, part two

Where were we?  Oh yes.

We left the Pu’uhonua o Honaunau and headed into Kona.  She assumed that I knew the island, so I was leading the way.  Parking was a mess but we navigated it fine.

We tried to get a table at Huggos, a fine dining restaurant right on the water, but they only had a waiting list.  Therefore we crossed the street and ate at Bongo Ben’s, a bistro / bar type place with a great view of the ocean and the sunset.  We both wanted fresh fish, what with being in Hawaii and all.  So that is what we ordered – Ono and Ahi.

We got to know each other a little better, and I purchased most of dinner, along with buying her a lei (flower).  Later I found out it was her birthday, and she really enjoyed it.

The sunset was not much to write home about, but hey, we were in Hawaii!  So we had to watch it.

We planned to meet for a hike the next day and then she headed east toward Hilo and I north toward Hawi.

I was pleased for a bit of a magical day.

Published by Kirby Moore

Kirby Moore is a healing facilitator based in the beautiful rolling hills of Charlottesville, Virginia. He does sessions in-person and long distance via Skype and Zoom, working with Spiritual Astrology, Somatic Experiencing, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Birth Process Work. His healing work is informed by fifteen years of meditation and Qigong practice. He works with client's intentions and deepest longings to attain clear, tangible results. Contact him for more info at (email): kirby [at] mkirbymoore [dot] com

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