Kona Coffee Living History Farm

We are kicking off our second week on the Big Island of Hawaii and it’s my first day as a 50-something.

Video recorded November 18, 2022

It wouldn’t be a DanOCan special day if I didn’t get in a little Geocaching and we start by finding a geocache at the old Holualoa Post Office.

From there we check out how Kona coffee used to be produced by visiting the Kona Historical Society Living History Coffee Farm.

Our next stop is the St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church from 1899. This is known as “The Painted Church” because of the murals which adorn the interior of the building.

We wrap up the day with a beer at the Kona Brewing Company and then dinner at the Fish Hopper Restaurant with a giant pineapple drink.

My 50s are off to a rockin’ start! Here’s to all the adventures yet to come.

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