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... his legendary strength was proven when he overturned the Naha Stone, which reportedly weighs between 2.5 and 3.5 tons. Legend had it that whoever had the strength to move the Naha Stone would rule the Hawaiian Islands. During this time, warfare between chiefs throughout the islands was widespread. In 1778, Captain James Cook arrived in Hawaii, dovetailing with Kamehameha’s ambitions. With the help of western weapons and advisors, Kamehameha won ...
Yesterday was set aside to watch the Seahawks repeat as Super Bowl Champions. It was exciting but didn't turn out the way we had hoped. There were a lot of really grumpy people around the old BBQ last night! The sun came up however, even though some predicted it wouldn't. We had an early breakfast and set off to Greenwell's Coffee Farm to learn all about the tasty bean. We had a great guide on the farm tour who told us a fascinating story of the Greenwell ...
... can stretch for miles with high ceilings. There are several lava tubes you can visit around the island but this one is the most easily accessible and is a fantastic example of a massive lava cave. Lit by electric lights, with a flat rock floor and a ceiling high enough in the center to keep you from scraping your head, this is a great introduction to lava tube geology. The solidified drips and waves of once-liquid lava rock clearly show the molten forces that ...
... salads for a paltry $77.00! Yikes! Anyway by 4:30 both of us were exhausted with the heat and wind. We grabbed a shuttle back to the car and we are now sitting in the breezy shade of the lanai sipping on a tall gin and tonic! We are glad we went as it was a neat experience but it is not something I would jump at again any time soon. Also watching the golfers, it certainly isn't as glamorous as it looks on TV. It must be quite a ...
... transformation from drugs and alcohol to music.
We saw dolphins as well as one giant manta ray swimming by us. It was such fun. On the way back we saw the most beautiful sunset and stood on the bow and did our "Titanic" impressions.
The Contra shell is blown at the beginning and end of each cruise to the four winds. It sounds amazingly like the shofars I've heard. Just one of the ceremonial things islanders do... gotta love it.
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