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Travel Blogs from Haiku
... Resort, a hotel rather than a condo so we are officially downsized. Late afternoon and we try to get our bearings quickly. Drive down Alli road to Kealakekua and check out it's beach, snorkeling and tidepools and also see lots of boogie boards at Magic Sands beach. Dinner in Kailua-Kona, then into the pool at the resort. Planning for the next days....maybe the long ride to Volcanoes National Park tomorrow. Waves are crashing, jammies on ...
... The Cage's arrive tomorrow looking forward to having company...I'm feeling really homesick and missing all the kids and grand kids.
Bryan is off for a long afternoon ride the rain has stopped and looks like we will have a good afternoon.
I'm going to hunt down a nail salon and perhaps some shopping! We have successfully moved to a new condo 2 bedroom ocean front unit so ...
... Look at the view. Look at the view. Look at the view. We landed, safely and in one piece. The relief was almost comical. All aboard the shuttle to the Sheraton! The Sheraton is beautiful in true resort fashion: manicured landscaping, palm trees, winding pools, tiki bars, open air walkways and more. We asked for a "complimentary upgrade" since it is our honeymoon and got a partial ocean view... Sweet! It sounds crazy saying this, but not ...
... did a nice job of positioning us
to see the whales without endangering them.
The crew said this was a typical sighting for whales during the season
but May is well past the normal migration time.
What a joyful experience.
My helicopter tour to Hana and Haleakala was cancelled
due to mechanical issues. And it is a
good thing as a helicopter crash was reported today in downtown Honolulu. Tomorrow, our first luau.
... buying some food for tonight's dinner at Hasegawa's Grocery Store, we found our way down to Thai by Pranee which is a small outdoor Thai place across from the soccer play field. We shared a Pad Thai and summer role, and a Thai coffee and tea while we looked at spiders. We spent the rest of the day again at Wai'anapanapa State Park. This time we walked the trail about a mile or more south along a broken and jagged coast with blowholes and natural ...