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... is over 200 feet high and was erected in the 1920's. On our fishing excursion two days before, the smokestack was one of our orientation points as it is significantly higher than any other structure in the area.
As we crossed the middle of the island on highway 30, we remembered that the night before at the luau, the couple at our table recommended a bakery in the town of Makawao, which was inland from the Hana Highway, but could easily be reached ...
... but only 5 or 6. That part of the island is not nearly as nice as where Cynthia lives. Her side is lush and green and very tropical. I prefer Baldwin Beach which is much closer and in my opinion, nicer. The Western side is more dry and barren. Almost like Virginia in a dry summer. There were groves of trees that looked like a dying apple orchard. I know that's ...
We headed back to Big Beach this morning. We stopped on the way at The Cinnamon Bun Place and picked up 2 big cinnamon buns - they smelled delicious! We got the beach before the crowds and had no trouble finding a parking spot, or a nice place in the shade for me to sit and read my book while Joel went out to snorkel. I had half of one of the cinnamon buns - so good, and too big to finish in ...
... one" it was very nice and tasted like macadamias. We were shown eucalypts planted in the forest, smelled like home. She called plants "canoe plants" which meant the Polynesians brought them in. Most were those types of plants, there was only 2 or 3 that were indigenous, one tree looked like a sickle shaped leaf not unlike a eucalyptus. Ashley's commentary along the way was very informative. We stopped at three water holes. The first looked awesome to swim in but too ...
... Duke Kahanamoku Statue, and find our hotel in Prince Edward Street, one of the minor streets two blocks back from the waterfront. As we expected, the Waikiki Prince Hotel (A$109) is a basic multi-storey older block, with a one-room office, and no public area. We just make the 8pm closing time for the office, and the woman receptionist is friendly and is expecting us. Gives us the drum, and we proceed with our electronic key to the street-front elevator. Take a couple ...
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