Belle Vue Kona B&B
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... whole. The luau ceremony includes the unearthing of the pig, which is then dumped into a big steel grate and taken to the buffet line for shredding kalua pork, a staple on any luau menu. You can see by the look on Brie's face that she's not impressed with the unearthing of the pig. It didn't help that her front-row seat was on the side that the head was uncovered. The show and food were good, and we met a nice couple from Michigan in line that we invited to sit at our table with ...
... the boat company. WOW what an amazing experience.
Here is a video from the Blue Sea Cruise Manta Ray night snorkelling to show you the amazing experience we all had.
Hard to beat this one.
... little sea creatures it was a wonderful experience! By the time I got back to the hotel I was absolutely wrecked from both surfing and snorkelling and so I just went to one of the restaurants that was at the hotel and the special on for that night was traditional island stone oven pizza. It was a massive meal filled with seafood and delicious cheese and by the time I was back at my room I jumped straight into the comfy bed and slept like a ...
... who I assume works for the observatory, told us we would need to head down shortly, as there can't be any light pollution when the telescopes start working. The only light on the whole mountain comes from headlights, so you have to be super careful driving back down (thank goodness for our jeep and it's low range 4WD). We stopped in again at the VIS, as they do star gazing from 6-10 but sadly it was quite a foggy night so we couldn't see much. We did get to see Mars, ...
... the first step. I came in and had sat down for a bit before people were pointing at something out in the water.
Dolphins. Wild dolphins coming into the bay. You should have seen how quickly I put my fins back on and jumped back in the water. I had to swim really hard to get even close to where they were coming in. And because my face was down in the water to breathe with the snorkel, I wasn't really sure where they were headed, so my Mum stood on the rocks ...