We got into Kona in the afternoon, got the car, and then ran some errands. We stayed at one of Nate's Hawaiian Uncle's homes in this isolated area on the coast of Kona. It is on a huge plot of land with horses and mango trees. It is gorgeous! No one lives there currently so we had the whole house to ourselves. We had a full out kitchen so after grocery shopping, we were ready to start cooking. For breakfast the first day we made some amazing french toast on Hawaiian sweet bread with strawberries and whip cream. It was so fun just being with Nate and feeling what it would be like to be married to him. We both knew that this trip would either make or break our relationship, because we would either be completely sick of each other, or we would know that we really wanted to be together. For me, this trip is what made me fall in love with Nate and realize that I wanted to marry him. I could see us being married and how happy we would be together. It felt like we were married and I loved it!
Nate making biscuits and gravy, his staple breakfast meal. This is the first food that he ever cooked for me in Hawaii, when we first started dating, so it is dear to my heart.