Diamond Head Bed And Breakfast
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... classes each morning. Angela and I had breakfast at the Sheraton and after lunch we all drove "upcountry" to see the sunset at Haleakala crater. What a drive, the crater top is 10,023 feet above sea level and the drive up has about 55 switch backs. We started off in sunlight, then through cloud, came through the cloud to more sunshine, then back in the cloud to (near the top) back in sunlight. The U.S. have a scientific base there with telescope etc that can track up to ...
... wine on the balcony and watch the amazing fireworks that the Hilton puts on every Friday night. It was super special to watch the fireworks explode right in front of our balcony - the first one scared the bejebes out of me. After the fireworks - the adults walked into town and had a truly beautiful meal at The Royal Hawaiian. Again we ate way too ...
... it ranges from light blue through to clear aqua and deeper clear blue further out, and we are trying to do as much swimming as possible. We wanted to swim every day, but I think we have only averaged every second day, as there has been so much to see and do.
After our long walk along the beach, we had a light lunch at one of the beach café’s across the road from our hotel. These beach café’s also sell alcoholic drinks ...
... to try Shave Ice. It is what it says on the tin, a huge mound of shaved ice with various flavoured syrups poured over which made for the best thirst quenching dessert / drink ever! Boy do we love these babies!
As a perfect afternoon treat with a cup of tea were Malasadas. The most famous bakery called Leonards was in fact at the end of our road! This was dangerous, ...
... so worried about
in the first place.
We then went in search of the Captain Cook monument marked
on our map, after having no luck, we turned on expensive roaming again to
google it. Turns out there is no clear sign, but instead it is spray painted
onto the side of the road –Captain cook this way. Hmm can’t say we were looking
out for that. We then also read it is a 2-4 hour hike and most people kayak as
the hike is awful. We ...