Horizon Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... don’t think we ever drove more than 1 mile without seeing a thumb requesting a ride. It’s regarded as a very safe place to do it and must save people a fortune. We offered our services (as it were) three times to hitchhikers, one of whom was called Mark. Mark was from Alaska, had very red eyes and stank of the good stuff but he made for entertaining conversation. It went like this:
Mark – ...
... when one of the young men who had been on the excursion with us came in. He was alone, so we motioned him over to sit with us. He was from Switzerland and was travelling alone. His name was Fabricio (what a great name!) and he could speak German, German Swiss, English, Italian and Spanish. We had a nice visit with him, and Roger paid for his food along with ours. He was so flabbergasted he just sat there with his mouth hanging open and didn't know what to say. ...
... foot climb to Kilauea Volcano, the most active volcano in the world. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park was created to preserve this special region's volcanic features & plant and animal life. It's a fascinating place, with the most rugged lava, the lushest rain forests, endangered nene (Hawaiian geese, the state bird of Hawaii), vents spewing steam, giant chasms, lava craters, lava tubes, and new land being formed. The Big Island is growing every day because of the lava spewing ...
... these islands. The waters off South Point are incredibly rich fishing grounds, teeming with tuna, marlin and mahi mahi. Because of the rocky shores, the ancient fishermen carved holes into the rock ledges to tie off their canoes. Today we saw fishermen casting off the rocky cliffs with huge fishing rods. There are also old boat hoists at the top of the 30' cliffs, which the fishermen used to use to raise and lower their boats into the surging water below. These days, crazy ...
... home. Sunday Everyone was up pretty early - between the time change, the sun, and the chattering birds at dawn, it's tough to sleep past 7 here. Breakfast, then out for the 5 min walk to Manini Beach on Kealakekua Bay. Breathtaking! After lunch, we headed back to the beach. The kids snorkeled and saw lots of fish, including parrot and puffer fish. There was a pod of about 12 spinner dolphins playing and twirling in the bay, and a community donkey by the beach. The beach has a ...