South Kona Hideaway
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... since I was sitting in the back seat. I looked up and saw incredible cliffs right down the road in front of us. He pulled over and I jumped out to take a few pictures. I got back in the car and told him I thought maybe that was where the road ended. We went around the corner and yep! The road ended. There was a path leading down.
We changed into our Keens & off we went. Good thing we threw them in the trunk ...
... total price to $800 USD! If I didn't want to go up Mauna Kea so badly, I definitely would've flagged it. It has come in pretty handy so far though - the shopping centre isn't far from our resort, but the island is quite hilly and you wouldn't want to walk. It beats catching the trolley to Kona and having to spend a designated amount of time there too. The resort.. Photos on the internet do not do it justice at all. The location ...
3rd December - Tuesday
Set the alarm for 5:30, got the right day today, today is swimming with the Spinner Dolphins. Had to be at the boat ramp by 7:30, bit worried on how I will go after last nights effort, the boat was a good size it had blow up sides and there were 20 of us on it. Off we went quite fast doing circles, if the driver only knew about last nights effort, but I was ok, no problems at all (I did have 2 tablets before I left home).
... chicken with corn chips and pita bread omg,that was so f'en good and spicy hot too! It was really hot so we moved inside and got talking to a guy from Boston and had a pizza which was pepperoni chilli ad cheese n tomato,**** I think it was the best pizza I ever had,damn it was good,then we we went with Barry ( that was Boston guy) in his car ( he was on a month long vacation in kona,he does it every year,loves it) we went to a bar called Humpys that used to be hard ...
... In the garden there coffee and macadamia trees. The place is very laid back and I'm sure we'll enjoy our two nights here.
We drove down to Kealakekua, a bay famed for its snorkeling. It's a bit of a trek to get there but the snorkeling was great. Access is off lava rocks, there is a access point called 'two steps' where you can slide into ...