Wyndham Royal Sea Cliff
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... me until they were right below me. You're supposed to stay 20 ft away from them, but hey, they were coming to me! AND, there was a huge endangered monk seal sunning on the beach (they're7 ft long and 300-400 lbs). From a distance, we watched him shuffle and slide toward the water until the surf pulled him in. Then we watched him surf out to sea. I know, right?! Such an amazing day!! Such a many-faced island. Fiery volcanoes, lush forests, stark lava ...
... an old English barn. Later in the week we toured Hulihe'e Palace, across the street from the Church on Ali'i Dr (Ali'i is Hawaiian for royalty). Built in 1838 by Governor Kuakini, a year after and in the same style as the Church using lava rock, coral lime mortar, koa and ohi'a wood. It was later used as a vacation home for Hawaiian royalty. One of the oldest and most significant sites on the Big Island. It contains some interesting old artifacts from ...
... counter I mentioned that this was our second return/exchange and that I hoped we would get a vehicle to transport at least 5 people comfortably. To my surprise she gave us a 7 passenger Grand Caravan for no extra cost! Brilliant. Now we can motor everyone around in one trip. It is the same as Darryl and Janine's Van so it will be perfect! We snorkelled today with Grandpa Slater. I did ...
... we both felt like we'd just gotten out of a bathtub.
From here, we were headed to Kona, where we would spend our last 2 nights on the island. Instead of driving all along the coast, we took Kohala Mountain Rd again - a 30-minute detour but we were both glad we did it. Seeing the views from this direction was awesome as well - both Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa were in front of us, with the clouds dancing around their peaks and hiding them from view every now again. We ...
This morning we were up to see us coming into port. We stood out on the deck, it looked smokey, either it was and its from the volcano or it's just low cloud. We were getting ready for our excursion "Catamaran Sail & Snorkel" which is a staff pick. It cost us $119.99 each and goes for 3.5 hours. We get to enjoy three activities in one - snorkelling, sailing on a top of the line catamaran and dolphin watching. Once in the water we will see rainbow-coloured reef fish, ...