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... carried up to the surface. We also went to the site that erupted a long time ago, and the whole area was covered in pumice, which is formed in the last phases of a volcano's activity.
Thursday was the highlight of the week - we went snorkeling! The beach was called Pu'uhonoa O Honaunau, and it was beautiful. The moment you put your head under the surface, there are fish to see. Even before you look underwater, you can see the Yellow Tang swimming in ...
... the kitchen closed at 9 pm) and then back to the hotel. It is amazing how much difficulty we have had finding our way around - missing roads etc. We managed to miss the grocery store and then miss our hotel and land up back at the Kona Airport (18 miles) before we realized it.
The show even though it was free was quite good. The dancers did dances from Hawaii, New Zealand and Samoa (maybe Tahiti too). Their costumes were nice. Or their lack of ...
We checked out of Paniolo Cottage this morning, taking our time to pack, have breakfast and FaceTime family before setting off. It was a lovely clear day, although very windy. We made one last visit to the Volcano national park before leaving the area. We went on the Crater Rim Drive route, as it had been foggy the other day when we tried. The views as expected were great. Lava fields and the coastline from 3000ft or so up. Seeing Kilauea and Mauna ...
... over on the 10th so we called it a tie.
After the round it was off to the King Grill at the club house for a couple of cold ones. After relaxing with the cold ones the shuttle took us back to the condo.
The women went shopping at a farmers market in Kona while we golfed. Mary found a bowling center in Kona so she took some pictures and it is now on ...
... Poconos in Pennsylvania when he was growing up. He worked in Binghamton.
Our flight was delayed but the airport is so lovely we hardly cared. It's very small but it's all open air, the gate agent booths are outside and you have to walk up a ramp to the airplanes, no indoor jetways.
It's very warm and muggy. The entire resort lobby is open air. It's ...