The Choy family from Captain Cook

When we first came to The Big Island three years ago we stayed with Choys at their vacation rental. Dick, his wife Barbara and their two children, Amanda and Adam are wonderful people.
Once you meet the Choys, You have friends for life. We are fortunate to have met them on our first trip. We love to get together at their many and famous barbecues on the water at the "City Of Refuge" ( now the Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park) park below their home on Honaunau Bay
Their home is located in the beautiful coffee growing region south of Kona in the town of Captain Cook. At 1600 feet above the famous bay below where Cook met his Waterloo in 1779, The Choy's place is in the heart of  macadamia  nut and Kona coffee plantations.
We encourage anyone interested in staying in a modern and reasonably priced rental to contact the Choys. Indeed people from home have taken our advice and agree.
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