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... movies on the computer until the batterr runs out, Murray types on the I-pad until he gets sick of it, then reads on the I-pad. On the way into Sydney, it is blowing hard from the north, with clear blue skies and the blue sea heavily white-capped. Looking down, we can see a group of boats circling something which has to be a pair of whales. This is more whales than we saw in Alaska and Canada. (Later we have this confirmed, as a friend was on one of the boats, and they ...
... here. After relaxing on the beach we headed for some nearby lava-tubes - caves formed from lava flows, that had now filled with water. We got to jump in the water and go exploring though to the other side - it involved clambering through some tiny tiny holes in pretty much pitch darkness (one torch between 12 people wasn't quite enough, but made it more exciting!), before clambering up the rock face back to the sunlight.
We continued the drive and stopped for some yummy BBQ ...
... it. We've booked a tour for later today to watch the spectacular sunset at Haleakala Crater, Maui's 10,023 foot volcano. Hopefully we will be back in time to see the Polynesian show on board tonight. There's a huge variety of places to eat and drink. We bought our wine as we were coming on board and had it delivered to our room. You just take it ...
... Tiziana. We started our adventure with a coke
and a cocktail in a four season resort on
Big Islands' westcoast. Beautiful place, which also seemed to be
comfortable to several turtles lying
around the beach.
With our upgraded car we drove along the westcoast until we arrived at a
small town called Honokaa. We finished our day with a very huge pizza (enough for four people), a
glass of red wine and a local beer. By the lovely sound of ...
... to go a little further to the Ke'anae Peninsula. This proved to be well worth it with amazing views of the waves crashing on the lava rocks of the coast. From here we headed to the next waterfall and managed to park. This was the Three Bears Waterfall and you could swim in the little pool underneath it. We had come prepared for swimming so walked down to the falls. This was easier said than done as there was not really a path and it involved ...