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... among schools of spinner dolphins that leapt from the water and did their trademark spins right in front of us.
1. When jumping out of your kayak in the middle of the bay to snorkel, make sure you keep track of your paddle - it is a big ocean to search.
2. Everything looks different on the return trip. If ...
... a hot spring in the bay and where the hot and cold water mixed, the visibility was poor. A sort of optical confusion. He also warned us there was just 18inch clearance over the reef to get into deeper water. Off we went into the mixing water with the hazy visibility and there was a large green something coming towards us as we headed for the gap in the reef. As we got nearer it became clear that the green something became a large green turtle and we were literally face to ...
... lot for the Green Sand Beach.
We parked the car and started the walk through a small Lava field. The walk to the beach was 5 miles round trip. The second part of the walk towards the beach was through pasture lands. You could see all the tracks the 4 wheel drive cars have made in the course of all the years.
Is wasn't a difficult hike and we had a wonderful view of the ocean crashing on the shore. And the sound... you wouldn't believe it. ...
... in swealtering (30+ degree) heat, we hopped in the car and took a beautiful scenic drive via hwy 250 (the Kohala Mountain Road), where we caught glimpses of moisture-filled clouds, lush, green hillsides, and distant volcano peaks.
The next day Maria and I again returned to North Kohala and Kapa'au to take a tour: ...
... so beating the heat of the day just isn't an option for us. I'm pretty sure we sweated more in our first day--no, first hour--of riding than we perspirated in ten weeks around Iceland!
We were also going through a bit of "attention adjustment," for lack of a better term. In Iceland, there were so many European cycle tourers that no one gave us a second glance (even when we were hoping they would). In contrast, here in Hawaii, riding a bicycle apparently ...