What a beautiful start to a season of thankfulness. Check out this wonderful write up on Puakea in Coastal Living’s Blog!
“One place I like to stay along the road is Puakea Ranch. It’s 33 acres, with four bungalows that used to be homes for Japanese ranchers and their families, built between the 1920s and 1940s—although two now have private pools, and all have very indulgent, modern detached bathrooms, with deep-soaking tubs. Puakea’s also a small working farm—the dragon fruit and papaya in my two-bedroom bungalow (pictured above) last September was grown in the garden—and if you haven’t gotten enough of wild pigs from my previous posts, Puakea has its own snorting 300-pounder it’s raising as a pet. Most of all, the ranch is a way to experience Hawaii you’ll never approach at a resort.”
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Thank you again, stay tuned for some “jolly” new posts!