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... just for the slide) because the skin contact on the slide makes you go faster. He loved it and then starting telling anyone who would listen. Pretty soon, all the kids had taken off their shirts and the rides were faster, which meant the lines were quicker, and this led to more rides. Bonus :)
Zac continued to slide, and slide, and slide, and of course that meant running up stairs in between. While he remained active, we sat on deck chairs and did a little bit less than not ...
... went off shore, not real far at all, the boats have very big lights that they shine into the water which attracts plankton, this is Manta Ray's favourite food. We put on wet suits, snorkels, goggles and flippers, you go off the back of the boat into the water and they had a raft made out of noodles for you to hold onto. The Manta Rays swim under you, they come very close to you, their mouths are huge and ...
... the smoke alarm has gone off during the night. Back to sleep for a few more hours till daylight.
Now it was time to get up and start our day properly, another big day, we are moving. Packed up and headed off and it was raining again, on most of our moving days it rains. We were heading for Kailua-Kona on the west side of the island so we went around the south end of the island and up the west coast. Up past the Volcanoes National Park, through a lot of lava ...
... felt pretty good in the swim and only had a few in front of me by the time I finished the 1.5km. Out of the water and onto the bike. The bike starts with a hill from the get go. Straight up for about 1km. Once at the top you turn and it is more of an undulating course for the next 6km or so. This gives me time to warm up. Next up the first of the big hills start. It is a pretty solid climb, but I feel OK at the top. There are a few ...
... torches glowing. At dark, the kids were getting tired, so we cleaned up, said our "good-byes" and told our friends to visit us if she gets to St. Louis. We hope she will! Although not as exciting as Hawaii, there's still lots to enjoy in St. Louis.
The evening wound down back at the condo with a movie, Disney's "Enchanted". The kids were tired and we were all asleep in no time.
Tomorrow: The Fish Ponds
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking