Our last morning, Saturday June 2, we went back to the beach closest to our condo. We stayed a while but it was really windy so the water felt cold and the sand was flying around and hitting us. Not exactly fun.
So we went back to our condo and took a swim. We also ate lunch out at the pool restaurant. What a beautiful place to eat lunch huh?
Here are pictures of our condo. I should have taken them when we first got there, but instead you get to see it after a week of mess.
Master closet and bathroom. Jovie slept in the closet in a pack n play. It was perfect!
2nd bedroom where Lyndsey and Haven slept.
View from front door
Beautiful flowers everywhere.
There were petroglyphs near our condo that we didn't want to miss out on before we left. It was a hot, uneven walk out to the area. You could tell that some of the "petroglyphs" were not real, but supposedly a lot of them are real.
We had to pick up a few things at the outdoor mall before we left. Haven liked this statue and wanted a picture with it.
Jeremy wanted his picture with "Food Court." We ate here a lot because it was easy; however, we did learn that most places on this island do not provide highchairs. That was challenging.
Our last stop before we headed back to the airport, downtown Kona for another shaved ice.
Haven took this picture of me.
We all enjoyed the beautiful and tasty Hawaiian shaved ice.
We made a final dinner stop and Jovie threw up all over herself and her carseat. She had been perfect all day, so I don't know if she had a bug or if she had too much shaved ice. But we did see another rainbow, so that perked us up.
At the outdoor airport waiting to board for our night flight home.
Jovie did start to run a little fever, so she only wanted me to hold her. Luckily, both girls slept all of both flights home and Jovie only threw up once at the Denver airport. I was worried that she would be sick the whole way home.
It took the girls only 2 nights to get back adjusted to sleeping well. It took Jeremy and I at least a week to start feeling normal again.
We are so glad we went on this adventure. Jeremy and I will never forget it even if the girls don't remember.