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... some seniors and an Asian couple that doesn't speak much English. The road consists of countless hairpin turns and frequently shrinks to one lane. The vehicles get so close to the edge that it feels like you are looking straight down. The island is beautiful with some of the most picturesque views that really everyone should see first hand. With that being said, I'll focus instead on the really cool stuff that we got to do: 1. Rocky place. Jagged, dark lava rocks ...
... It was a lovely beach. James Michener says it’s the most beautiful beach in Hawai’i. I don’t know if that’s true, but it was very pretty.
Cheryl noticed some nice lounge chairs and asked a couple of Hawai’ian guys if they were available to rent. They gave her big smiles and said, “No, sorry, just for the guests of the Hotel. The Hotel they were referring to was the Travaasa Hotel which was ...
... Curtis and I stood next by the tray. The crowd literally swarm in and grabbed the pineapples by hand disregard of the toothpicks that were arranged by the tray. Barbarians!!! Curtis and I were very shocked.......those are Americans! terrible manners!
Maybe Curtis and I are not the mainstream crowd to the farm. We do enjoy the food very much, though. The outdoor kitchen/oven does do wonder. And the hand-rolled truffles, yum ...
... his hair a couple of times. Mac named him Ralph. Mac and Josie were delighted with him, but we, the adults, insisted they put the poor guy back. So they did. Now there has been a lot of talk about getting a pet lizard. Probably won’t happen, however.
We visited the cave, which was only so-so. Not much to see. Then we found our way to the beach. Black sand it was, but also black rock and we wished we had ...
... over the rock, and at the end splashed down in a tiny waterfall into the pool below. The Road to Hana has so many beautiful places and sights to see.
Next we came to Pua'a Ka'a State Park, where we saw yet another beautiful waterfall, framed by ferns and other plants. In order to get to a closer viewing spot, we walked across the stream that drained from the pool, stepping from rock to rock. This waterfall splashed out of the rock and ...
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