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... saw the beautiful coast line along Kona (eastern side of the island). The snorkel site was Keauhou Bay and the tour was Fair Winds. I highly recommend them.
Needlesstosay, we were exhausted. We came back to the room, fell asleep and woke up in time for dinner. We used the $50 gift card from the hotel. The tip ended up being more than the bill!
Today was our last full day on the Big Island. Our day started with me going on my "Kona Run". I call it that because of the crazy Kona wind that blows across these lava fields and makes it very difficult to run. Brian decided to sleep in & Moli worked on her graduated school applications. I wanted to drive to the bike portion of the Ironman turnaround. I knew it was not too far from where we are staying. We headed ...
... others. These are Brian's words....."everyone had a camera, video camera or wore support hose & we were right in the middle of them!". Several of the tourists were even praying when we walked into the church. Glad we stopped but would have been better if there wasn't two tour buses loaded with senior citizens!
We continued on Highway 11. Let me tell you about Highway 11. This is the main ...
... close-up of the moon. It was really amazing. And really cold. Which is why at 10pm everyone was happy to climb back in the van for the drive back. It had been the perfect last evening of my stay at Hawaii. Now it is time to leave the islands behind and fly to San Francisco, where I'll finally get to see my J again after three months apart. We will be taking a roadtrip of the Northwestern States and I am very much looking forward to it. Bring it on, ...
Nov 26, 2013
Five days in Hawaii
Friday: Hilo, Hawaii
Our ship is in Hilo all day today, on the wet, eastern side of the big island of Hawaii. Greg and I booked a helicopter tour, flying over the lava fields of Kilauea volcano. The volcano is still active, so we saw amazing lava flows. We also flew over the remains of the village of Kalapana; it was destroyed in 1992 by an eruption and is slowing being rebuilt on top of the cooled lava fields. The whole tour was ...