Plumeria Hill Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that was todays catch. Went to a nice open restaurant called Pinapples. Had a great coconut pie that was made by a local person. She wasn't able to make it until this week since she was without power since the hurricane. Deliscious! We made it back to the ship before they started calling names of people that haven't returned. Pictures of a surfer beach, a park, Mary and Gary, Gary and I with my new ...
... after the 2 mile hike back up the mountain from the lava lake. I didn't get any good photos of the tube because of the nature of the area. Anyone whose been inside a cave will understand. It's not a very photogenic place once you are out of the realm of natural light.
Our last stop in the volcano park was at the Volcano House where we enjoyed lunch overlooking the caldera. Definitely a unique experience and I would recommend ...
... what we needed. I got a new pedometer. Some thongs, a stylus , the adapter thing I needed, some 70 sunscreen face cream, ibuprofen and some walking shorts. We went to Starbucks where I was able to FaceTime ;-) and send out email etc. Got back to the ship about 5:00PM. Dad is taking a nap. I came and got a spicy tomato juice And took a look at how to set up my pedometer. I need a measuring tape. I am still having trouble getting the pictures from ...
... surf and salt spray. We walked along the edge of land, found places to perch and enjoyed the show. Truly a breath of fresh air!
I almost jumped out of my skin - what was this sound behind me? It was pitch black but there was this slightest hint of a silhouette of a..... well, I ...
... Onekahakaha Beach Park for a swim. The tide was out so we tried a bit of snorkeling. I got the shock of my life when I looked up to see a fin in the water but soon realised it was a turtle - how cool. He was just flipping about eating algae of the rocks and was not in the slightest hurry to get out of our way. We also discovered he had two mates nearby as well.
Another adventure in paradise.
Cheers for now.