The Islands at Mauna Lani
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... them in and out. We were in the water for about half an hour before coming out to dry off and read a book. It was wonderful. We came home and BBQed all the remaining meat-steak, chicken, chicken wings, cooked up some rice and broccoli- nibbled on chips and salsa and had a feast. We also managed to drain the red and white wine, pineapple vodka, leaving enough gin and tonic for 2 drinks tomorrow. We ...
... Valley Lookout, beyond Hawi and Kapa'au and it was spectacular. Since it was a clear day, we could see three of the Big Island's five mountains: Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa and Hualalai. From here we could even see Haleakala on the island of Maui! The drive back took us through some of the nicest grassland pastures we had seen. There were large ranches in the area with herds of cows and horses roaming around munching on the green grass. We drove into the town ...
... Old Henry Greenwell was an upper class Englishman who was the 10th child in the family. It became apparent that he wasn't going to inherit his family estate so he set out in 1846 to sail to Australia. He did some ranching there before he decided to go to Hawaii to farm. He raised sheep and cattle for awhile until he heard about the California Gold Rush. He and 2 partners set sail for San Francisco, not to prospect but to sell equipment to the miners. ...
... On to the Akaka Falls. At Akaka Falls State Park you can see two gorgeous waterfalls on one short hike. There was a short 0.4-mile uphill hike taking you through a lush rainforest filled with wild orchids, bamboo groves and draping ferns. As we followed the paved footpath, we first saw the 100-foot Kahuna Falls. We continued along the trail to discover towering Akaka Falls which plummets 442-feet into a stream-eroded gorge. Guide books said Akaka Falls ...
... she worked in the Go Center reception area, where I work, last year as well as in the Mission Builder office she is quite knowledgeable in so many areas and a great blessing to us. She was just offered a staff position and accepted it with a 2 year commitment here in Kona. GO Kathy.. So grateful for you.
Robin is from New Zealand and she and her husband Marty have a bed with my name on it when I am in New Zealand next year for my DTS. I love her accent and ...