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... to live you had to make a dash to the Place of Refuge.
So mid morning, we were off down Highway 11, aiming for mile post 108, where we had been told to turn right. The only thing we could find at mile post 108 was a coffee shop, so we had to stop.. Refreshed, we asked for directions and back tracked a mile or so to the turning to the coast. The waves at the beach were really quite rough and a little too much for us to contemplate swimming so it looked as if ...
... Coast to Hapuna Beach, which I already visited back in September. We had lunch in the cowboy town of Waimea. We made a small detour so I could show Chris the amazing Waipio Valley Lookout. Laupahoehoe Beach Park was a pleasantly surprising diversion with its massive and utterly powerful ocean waves crashing against rocks. We tried another small local restaurant in Hilo for dinner and capped the weekend off with a movie at the ...
We are now five days into our Pride of America cruise. For those familiar with cruising, you would know that by now we are in a nicely rested, chilled out state. Day two and three of the cruise we spent docked at Kahului, on the Island of Maui. The island has two distinct sides, a mountainous lush rainforest and dryer mountainous tourist side. The first day we joined a 'Best of Maui' tour which took us initially to the Lao Valley where we hiked to a ...
After waking and breakfast, we knew we needed to go to Safeway (the grocery store) once again to get supplies for our grill dinner at the Kona Tiki. We made a suggestion to the kids that we should stop at ABC stores in Kona to look for souvenirs. ABC stores are just little places but filled with all sorts of wonderful treasures for kids. Plus, it's reasonably priced. They immediately agreed, no surprise ...
... to be a rat, so I thought it could've been a squirrel, but it didn't arch it's tail. I later found out that it was a mongoose. Supposedly, they brought mongeese in to try and take care of the rat population. But, Rats are nocturnal, the mongoose is not. Alas, the big island has a daytime rodent and a night time rodent.
We set out for snorkeling today. As a family we drove south to rent some Snorkel gear from Snorkel ...
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