We went on our honeymoon to Hawaii over a year ago, in January 2010. Here’s a little peek from our stay at the Lucky Farm Bed and Breakfast in Kona, on the Big Island.
This B&B is not what usually comes to mind when you think “farm” – there are no rows of anything… just a jungle-like lush property with fruits, macadamia nuts, and coffee growing everywhere. Avocados the size of a shot put, trees dripping with starfruit. From our bed, we could see tiny lizards playing on the yellow-green skins of ripening bananas.
Cannonball avocado and grapefruits, by Jeremy May, Coffee berries and macadamia nuts, by me
We stayed in the Coffee Barn, a private cabin with an outdoor shower, formerly used for drying coffee berries. At breakfast we drank coffee grown on the premises, which blew my mind. And the morning fruit plate, freshly picked…