Bellows Air Force Station
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... that just as the park opened and then left when everything was closing. The 28 degree (Celsius) weather meant it was a good way to stay cool throughout the day while having heaps of fun of course. Despite being quite smaller than the Gold Coast park, this was not a problem as only 100 or so people were there throughout the day so the longest wait we had for any ride was ~5 minutes. Once back at our hotel we sadly packed our suitcases before heading out for our last dinner on our ...
... the U.S. Troops had installed defences atop. The crater is huge compared to Auckland volcanoes. You drive through a tunnel into the crater and then climb the rim of the crater up to some of the defences in the rim. Amazing views. Then off to the boat trip to go snorkelling and sub scooter riding. Pretty cool trip. Started off snorkelling, saw some great tangs, butterfly fish, parrot fish, damsels etc. and saw some turtles surfacing while we ...
... we would get big waves crashing around us. Was amazing to see. I can only imagine what it is like here when they have the surf comps and really big pipeline swells.
From there we made our way to the Dole Pineapple Plantation. This place has certainly changed in 20 years. So commercialised now. They even had market stalls outside, not that they needed them I am sure you could get anything you needed from inside the store!
... apparently. We have leg rests, foot rests, pre departure drinks and a menu from which to choose. The seats aren't as big as on the other flight but are definitely bigger than cattle class. Didn't really sleep AGAIN on the plane. Will be glad to get home. We had no probs getting thru customs and our lovely neighbours Brenda, David and Mark (David's Brother) picked us up from the Airport. We bought us all back some ...
... the geological and military history of this volcanic crater, with much of the trip a natural rocky surface. On our ascent, we continue up many steep stairs and through a lighted 225-foot long tunnel. The view of the shoreline of southeastern Oahu from Koko Head to Wa'anae is stunning, and well worth the ...