Kamuela's Mauna Kea View Bed and Breakfast
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... to wait at anchor, riding the waves). It isn't true snorkelling in that everyone holds on to surfboards fitted with strong lights. It makes it really easy to do though and also protects the mantas as it minimises the risk of collision. I am glad they did this as I think I would be nervous with the boys free snorkelling in the dark with the sea running high. At first we can only see the plankton, which is interesting in the way it is shifting ...
... sand beach that was too dangerous to swim in. After that, we climbed an incredibly steep, muddy, rocky, wet, humid, LONG, mountain to get to a look out point. We finished off by undoing all we had just done to get back to the vans. 6 miles has never seemed so hard. We are all incredibly tired and sore, but it's on to snorkeling in Kona and a Manta Ray night swim ...
It feels befitting to end our last day with an extravagant meal and drinks. Talking with Deighton about teaching and checking out the Orchard and Farm that he has started up at HPA was definitely a highlight. I also got to go see the petroglyphs. That was a wild experience too. The kings trail is a lot of fun, and i definitely plan on walking the length of it someday. I appreciate all of the cultural things we got to experience and hope thats one of the most ...
... of a few snow drifts up high near the observatories. As we made our way down the pass and onto the wetside, the trees began to thicken. The road also narrowed and started twisting and turning. For awhile, the road had what looked like reflective sharks teeth painted on it. We pondered this safety tactic by the highway department and then gave up. We'll have to ask Sam I guess. As we dropped into Hilo, we experienced a torrential downpour. Hilo's ...
... Super awkward! We stayed a couple of hours on the beautiful white sandy beach and the crystal clear water. However, the clouds rolled in and it got a bit chilly so we decided to head back home. Over lunch and while we were getting ready we started watching a show called Naked and Afraid...seriously it's like a cheesy naked version of Bear Grylls or something. Very addictive though. I couldn't stop watching haha. We couldn't decide where to go for dinner ...
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