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Today was our first official day on the Big Island. i woke up feeling not great, not sure if it was jetlag or something else.
I managed my morning workout which was a bit of a challenge in 90% humidity.
Took to the road and went waterfall hunting. First stop Rainbow Falls known to the locals as "Pee Pee Falls"
There was …
Was supposed to leave Brisbane at 5.55pm. Flight delayed to 9 and ended up taking off closer to 10. Almost cost us more to change our interconnecting flights to the Big Island then it cost to book in the first place. Not a bad flight. Saw a submarine as we were preparing to land at Honolulu airport. Can't say you would see that every day! Honolulu …
... recommendation, where we encountered about 100 stalls for all sorts of organic produce including oils, jams, dips, and bakes plus wood crafts, clothing, tourist tack, and cooked food. Our only purchases were a pineapple and a Lilikoi (passion fruit) and ginger ice cold drink, it was delicious. We then returned to the National Volcanoes park and were just in time for a free guided tour round the ...
... Hilina Pail Rd. Amazingly devoid of tourists, this one-lane paved road twists and winds through expanses of shrubs and volcanic rock beneath a big sky, offering magnificent views of Mauna Loa - one of the 5 volcanoes on this island. Mauna Loa is only 20 feet shorter than Mauna Kea and just as big; if it wasn't, we would have been able to see Mauna Kea behind it. The road ended at the Hilina Pali overlook, where we could see over the grassy coastal plain into ...
... about how Polynesians navigated through open waters - little did I know they traveled with their little wooden canoes for thousands of miles all over the Pacific - in fact, Polynesian artifacts are strewn as far out as California and New Zealand. In fact, Hawaii is the Northern tip of the Polynesian triangle, the other two points being Easter Island and New Zealand. Ancient Polynesians used East West as the anchor for their navigation system, which of course was because ...