Ali'i Bluffs Windward Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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seen beaches!? We then went to another place which was the site of the Jurassic
Park waterfall, but turns out you were only allowed as far as this hill a good
2km away from said waterfall. On the drive down to Hilo (where we were staying)
Liz caused Alex to lose a few lives when she suddenly cried out ‘Oh my
goodness!’ while driving. Alex got into the brace position only to realise Liz
was pointing out the window at the 30 plus ...
We get up a bit late, however, we are jet lagged from our flight yesterday and did not really sleep that well!
We go to make our breakfast and as soon as Alex had heard us, he is out, chatting away a million words a minute, haha! He is okay but we don't need this first thing at breakfast!
We have a vague plan to walk to Diamond Head, just down the road from us and then into Waikiki. So we set off in the early afternoon sun ...
... devils by name and it literally takes us double the time to get anywhere because we are stopped by so many for updates on what the day holds for the children. Literally hundreds of people have taken time out of their days to communicate to us how well behaved, well spoken, and engaging our children are. All of the work we have done is paying off. We are truly proud parents of two the newest shellbacks of the pacific. Tomorrow, ...
... truly beautiful!!!!! We rested in our hotel room for the afternoon. Andrew finished eating the pistachios we bought earlier in or trip at the factory. We saw a parade of some description going on in the pool and entertainment area from our lanai. We went down with the camera and saw a celebration for Princess Kuilaiani who died at age 23. She was sent to Europe to experience the different cultures by her Uncle David who was King of Hawaii in the later 1880's. The local school ...
The final leg of the safari continues down the east coast, and around the SE corner returning to Honolulu. This leg really shows off some of the spectacular scenery and mountains of the eastern coast of Oahu. These mountains really need to be seen to be believed, pictures and words just don't do them justice.
One of the stops was the Pali lookout, this gave an opportunity to view the mountains and down onto Kailua, Waimanalo and Kailua. ...