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... old lava flows from the Mt. Hualalai eruption in 1800 (the coffee plantation mountain from yesterday) and the Mauna Loa eruption in 1859. Rivers of molton lava coursed down the mountain. Looking down the coast, you can still see black lava rock fields where the lava flowed. We drove back along the coast later in the day, through the miles of fields of black rock. Eerie. Unfortunately, the highways are busy and pulling over to take pictures was difficult. As ...
... and we get a nice breeze thru the condo again. We will eat supper at the condo most days (there is a bbq at the pool area, and our unit has a convection oven/microwave and portable induction stove top/hot plate). We discovered a little food stand - shared a yummy BLT wrap with alfalfa sprouts - mmm - and onion chips, a local favorite. Crispy onion-flavoured potato chips. For $2 each we rode the open air Kona Trolley for 2 hours around town and ...
I have seen and now understand what happened at Pearl Harbour. The memorial represents the respect Americans have for their military and it honors those that have made a contribution by service to their country. Highpoints: - I would never, ever, want to serve on a submarine. The probability of survival, certainly in the Pacific during WWII, was poor. The number of submarines lost after one year of duty was shocking. - One big idea after seeing the memorial was that ...
... the day with my point and click show the real deal. We put up the sails now and started going around the coast with the breeze. We were allowed to lie on the front of the catamaran on the netting. We were given lunch of a turkey or tuna sandwich in sourdough. We had beer, wine, water, pretzels and later a pineapple, grapes and strawberries were brought around as we lounged around. Andrew had my beer too. I moved to the back to get Andrew his beer and me a water when Tiffany ...
... left and right showing off their green and black decor with the blue ocean water in between.
It is now, noon and check out time from the Hilton and off to the condo our home base for the next two weeks. Just after we checked out we were able to score four tickets to the Wheel of Fortune show which will be taped on Sunday.
The car is now packed we are off to ...
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