Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... beach nearby. There, Brie was snorkeling and found two sea turtles, which she was able to snorkel beside and around. Another thing checked off Brie's bucket list! :-) Then we got gussied up to go to a luau at Royal Kona Resort. The luau included cultural activities, hula and fire dancers, an imu ceremony, and a buffet. An imu is an underground oven that uses hot coals, stones and layers of leaves and cloth or mats to steam food. For a luau, the imu is used to cook an ...
... on the plankton under the lights in front of us. They come within centimetres from your face. Ryan and Lachlan were actually touched by them in their amazing circle feeding of the plankton. They said they felt a little slimy but as the crew had explained they have a membrane coating on their skin. Unfortunately.... I only have a couple of pictures taken there so I have put the link in ...
Sandwiches, fresh fruit, snacks, soft drinks, water, and fresh homemade brownies were given to us on the way back to shore. This was great because the snorkelling made me hungry! When I got back to shore I took a bus back to the Resort.
By the time I got back to the Resort I was absolutely wrecked from both surfing and snorkelling but I tell you what it was definitely incredible reef. I saw so many different kinds of ...
... fuel. You have to stop at the Visitor Information Station at 9000ft to acclimatise before heading up to the summit to watch the sunset. I must say, when we got to the summit (about 14,000ft) it was a weird feeling - kind of heavy and harder to breathe. It is sooo beautiful up there... Really hard to describe and the photos just don't do it justice at all. It has some of the world's most important observatories, so we had the pleasure of watching those open too. At 7.30 ...
... when I decided to come in, because everyone else was on the beach. It took a lot of timing and grimacing to get out of the water. The waves were pretty rough, and there were a fair amount of black spiny sea urchins around the two steps that you had to watch out for, so you had to time everything really well with the wave swells. Sometimes you'd almost make it up onto the first step, but the retreating wave would pull you out. And it wasn't shallow enough to ...