Mauna Lani Terrace Condominiums
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... at Iao Valley in Maui and the Nuuanu Pali on Oahu. The fortress-like Puukohola Heiau on the Kohala Coast was built in 1790 prophesizing Kamehameha’s conquest of the islands. In 1810, when King Kaumualii of Kauai agreed to become a tributary kingdom under Kamehameha, that prophecy was finally fulfilled. Kamehameha spent his final days in Kailua-Kona on the western coast of his island home. Kamehameha’s unification of Hawaii was significant ...
... 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. ...
... cave. Your flashlight reveals beautiful shapes and colors of minerals leeching from the rock. It was an eerie feeling walking through this lava tube especially when you knew how it had been formed. It was really cool! From here it was a continuation of the trip around the entire island. We made a stop at the Black Sand Beach, where we had been earlier, and then on home, arriving at 8:00 pm....a very long day but worth the effort. It didn't take long to fall asleep ...
As most of you know, I have taken more than a passing interest in WOOD in the last few years. Anyone who has seen the garage or the shop is fully aware of the multitude of pieces waiting on the shelf to be "turned" into something useful and unique. One of the great benefits of travel is that if you make a few inquiries you can find people with similar interests. Well that happened here in Hawaii. I met a wood turner who gave me an address of a place called ...
Today we went snorkeling. The tour included breakfast and lunch and 2 ½ hours of snorkel time. Breakfast was bagels, muffins, and fruit. Lunch was burgers and chips. Lots of liquids, etc.
The snorkeling itself was beautiful. Definitely compares to the time we went to Puerto Rico and the fish came right up to us. We spent an hour in the water, had lunch, and then went ...