Mauna Lani Point
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to the lookout to watch the last of the sunset, and see the glow. That seems to be the busiest time at the lookout, I was very suprised by the number of people who come after dark to see the glow. Especially since the vast majority of them are staying in Hilo, a 45-60 min drive, or Kailua-kona, a 90-120 min drive. Thats a long way home, in the dark....lol
... the mantas are known to be. There were about 13 of us in our group and we all geared up and jumped in the water around 8PM and swam over to a surf board that had some piping around it for us to hold onto. Attached to the surf board were these really powerful flashlights that allowed us to see to the very bottom of the ocean (the water was about 20-30ft deep in the cove). The plankton in the water is attracted to the lights and the manta rays eat the ...
... We then headed down to Boss Frogs to pick up snorkeling gear. The woman working was super friendly and helpful and suggested we go snorkeling at Two Step in Honaunau Bay (http://www.tropicalsnorkeling.com/snor keling-two-steps.html). We drove down there and it was fairly busy but we were able to find some parking on the side of the street. The "beach" area is a large chunk of lava that people hang out on a sun and the lava has ...
... we were brought over to an area where everyone was put into our harnesses. It was a little nerving since they had them rather lose and we are used to tight harnesses for rock climbing but that's how they do it so you know? There were a total of 9 lines on the course and we had to be driven out to the beginning. I was pretty terrified on the first little baby line but By the 4th one I was really comfortable ...
... before they all came down - by this time the wind had picked up and changed direction and the cove wasn't as pretty as before, but everyone still went for a swim and enjoyed discovering things around the rocks. On our walk back home, we came across a herd of mountain goats - yes, it seems strange in a residential area, but they were here. Some lunch and a relax before another long drive ...