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Travel Blogs from Wailuku
... ABC store just down the road also handy.
A gorgeous morning here clouds off in the distance but looks like it will be a wonderful sunny day! Bryan is busy putting his bike together I know he is itching to get out for a ride, I'll try and find a gym :-)
It was a full day of chores but ended with some pool time in the sun. We successfully moved ...
... before heading to yet another stunning beach and cooling off in the crystal clear ocean. After this we headed up for a hike through the bamboo forest to the biggest waterfall of the trip so far - tumbling about 400ft down. The walk was stunning and the waterfall was definitely worth the walk!
Wednesday we had more of a chill out day, using it to stock up on food supplies, then on thursday we went on another of the tours. This time we headed to yet another beach and ...
... bird and surrounded by Halloween
monsters we fell asleep, tired but happy, at Hotel Honokaa Club.
On Thursday morning we started our day with a morning run. We got some
breakfast at the Hotel, where we had to share a knife with all other Hotel
guests. We than headed out to Waipio Valley Lookout, at the Hamakua coast, in the north of Big
Island. "The Valley of the Kings", as it is also known, is an important
place of the Hawaiian history and ...
... vertical scramble down some rocks to get to it. Once we got to the pool I immediately jumped in. The water was refreshingly cool and it is certainly the most beautiful place I have ever swum. Unfortunately the heavens decided to open a couple of minutes later and we had to get back to the car as soon as we could. The rain was so heavy that Stu ended up as wet as I was and he hadn't been for a swim!
We called it a day on the ...
We started the day at Kapalua. Had been there the day after the storm I think and the snorkelling was pretty good, but today it was awesome. So many different types of fish, they were everywhere you looked today. Wanted to see an eel, and the second time I went out I found one. Thought I had taken this fabulous video of him slithering ...