Fairways at Mauna Lani
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... s sugar cane industry was started, and gazing down onto the crashing surf on the sea cliffs and valley of Waipo. One evening we went to an excellent luau at the Royal Kona Hotel (I was surprised to find I remembered staying at that same hotel in 1969 when my family took a vacation to Hawaii; there is a curved wall surrounding the swimming pool that looks out over the ocean, and we have a picture of ...
... see how snorkelling can be a bit scary, and even claustrophobic. On the other hand, when you lose yourself in it, it's pretty serene. Sal and I had a great time following different fish and checking out the vast array of colours which seemed to give the fish different
personalities. The highlight had to be when we were able to swim with a turtle for about 15 minutes. They may be pretty cool looking at them lazing on the beach, but when you're with them underwater... well ...
After the Helicopter tour we headed down to Kona to visit Hula Daddy Coffee Plantation. The coffee is hand picked, processed and roasted in small batches. Hula Daddy Coffee was reviewed as one of the top six coffees in the world. Even Andrew liked it. ...
... some snorkeling. So, we changed clothes in the restrooms of the visitor center and we drove down to the Mauna Kea Beach.
It was a nice beach, and we swam a little. Erwin tried a little bit of snorkeling, but the waves were to rough.
We stayed on the beach until we were dry and we drove back to the resort. We took it easy, took a shower and read a little. During the whole vacation we haven't really done any reading, so it was nice and relaxing. ...
... fashioned as a bowl with the white coconut meat still inside, then inside of that was the coconut creme custard, and of course on top of that was the perfectly crispy caramelized crust. The taste of the whole thing was out of this world.
Hard to believe I went from snorkeling in the ocean, to ascending a miles high mountain, and then back to eating the best food in Hawaii next to the ocean all in 1 day.