South Kona Hideaway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Yesterday everyone was feeling the effects of too much sun so like lethargic beetles we didn't stray too far from home. It was Inger's last day so we asked what she wanted to do. Apart from exploring a few shops, she was content to relax around the pool. No one argued the point! We had dinner at the BBQ platform in the breeze last night. Dianne had mixed up some delicious burgers for everyone and had made a cheesecake with blueberries and strawberries on top to ...
... you could. I sat for the first hour or so just to get adjusted.
One great surprise on this cruise was Grammy-winning producer for the Rhythm & Roots Records label,LT Smooth. He played the entire time and sang during dinner. I love to listen to rhythm and blues type music so I was not only floating on water but on his music as well. I bought a cd and am going to download it on my IPOD.
Here is a youtube video of him playing ...
... rain to subside. It had been a beautiful drive.
When the rain started dying down I got out and wandered into the park, which was pretty much entirely quiet for the duration of my visit. When I came face to face with the park's waterfalls, I was in awe. This was exactly the Hawai'i I had come here to see!
After my visit to the waterfalls I continued my drive north along the coast. The weather had been clearing up and the glimpses of the view ...
... Airport, we notice a gradual change into lush tropical landscape.
On our way to South Point we passed lots of interesting sights. In one spot, there was a road crew working on the side of the road. It must be pretty hard work digging in the lava rock.
We took South Point Road as far as it goes. All the trees down here are leaning west from the trade winds. It's an ...
... watch them. There were fish everywhere too. Some turtles were swimming in pairs and many were just floating along and eating bits of coral every now and again. At one point, I was swimming along, following one turtle, and swam over top of another one. He sort of looked up at me, and I swum backwards a little so I wasn't getting too close, but he didn't seem to care, and instead came right up beside me for a bit of air, then continued on his way. What a ...