Camp Aloha Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... do manual labor. It feels purposeful and rewarding. I'm gonna miss that weed whacker... I'm going to miss the simplicity. Already I have a to-do list for the day I return and the things I need to "catch up on." I squirm a little at the thought of LA's insane energy and it's high volume, hell raiser attitude. (And how crowded it is.) I want to take some of this zen, this simplicity, with me. I will miss the easygoing nature of the island and the attitude that comes with it. I'll miss ...
... white sand. But for now it looks like a beach made of obsidian. Punalu'u is a favored spot of the Green Sea Turtles. They often bask in the sun there and have nests in the sand. It's a protected area. And we got to see a turtle! He was a cool little dude, just sort of motoring from the beach to the surf. The tide was low so he was having some struggles getting over the rocks, but he was determined. We watched him for probably half an hour. We saw several more turtles out in ...
... dog with his purple dinosaur and our host Chandy and set off for the beach!
And what a beach it was! Not only was the water the most turquoise we had seen on any of the Hawaiian islands but it was totally unique in that we could see where the lava had once flown down the mountainside and came to a stop at the very spot we were sat! Whoever was sunbathing on this beach in 1801 must have got more than just ...
... 699;i Volcanoes National Park encompasses two active volcanoes: Kīlauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes, and Mauna Loa, the world's most massive subaerial volcano. There was a park ranger that gave a talk about the volcanoes, their history (right up to present day as they are currently erupting). It was so informative. From the lookout, you could see the crater with the steam coming out from the lava lake in it's cauldron. The cauldron itself was ...
... centre they hold astronomy talks and have high powered telescopes set up after it gets dark and it's only 9.200 feet above sea level.
Little did we know that when we picked this night to star gaze that it was the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year as far as daylight goes and there was no moon so it was perfect because of the dark sky. Geoff got some great pictures of the night sky.