Hilo Oceanfront Bed and Breakfast
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... Coast of the Big Island.
We go around the massive monolith of Mauna Kea, all 13796 feet of it, and Antek lands us gracefully into Hilo. A real flight, in our own little plane. I question why I didn’t get my pilots licence years ago, this is pretty cool. Mind you, I’ve never landed a plane in a hairy crosswind…yet…
We check into our hotel and go for a cruise in the hire care through Old Hilo Town. It’s ...
It was an easy day today. Deb and I got the shuttle bus to downtown Hilo and had a bit of busman's holiday for Deb as we visited the Hilo Pacific Tsunami Museum. It has general information about tsunamis but focuses on the tsunamis of 1946 and 1961 that wiped out large parts of downtown Hilo. The area destroyed by the tsunami in 1961 (caused by an earthquake of the coast of Chile) has never been rebuilt and is now a public park.
The Aged have ...
... be nice as we couldn't face another bad one, we were especially nervous as we'd taken a bit of a gamble as the pictures looked nice but it had no reviews with it being so new on booking.com. We arrived at a little detached bungalow around 4pm and it looked lovely from the outside so our hopes were raised a bit. As we knocked on the door, we were greeted by a lady called Patricia. She turned out to be one of the most welcoming, happy and chatty ladies you could want to ...
... down from our hotel and then we were ready to go.
We started our scenic driving with a drive down Waianuenue Ave to see several waterfalls. Our first stop was Rainbow Falls. Our book said to go to Rainbow Falls in the morning so you have a better chance of seeing a rainbow. Well, since it was raining, we knew there was no chance of that but the falls were still wonderful. With all the rain yesterday and last night, they ...
... br> We did manage to get out onto deck 3 before breakfast only to see a coffin being unloaded! Not a great start to the day! Rumour has it, that there were 10 empty coffins on board at Southampton and now there are 8!
Immigration was very straight forward even though many passengers tried to jump the queues. I won’t mention their nationality!
We went on a tour called Waves and Waterfalls. We actually enjoyed going through the ...
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