Mauna Lani Point
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- Swimming pool
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... plenty of daylight and we could see the scenery! There was a bit of cloud obscuring the peaks of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea but we could get a fair sense of their presence. We took the road up to the Mauna Kea Visitor Center where we were advised not to travel any further without a 4WD. There was a large crowd of people up there staging a peaceful protest about a new telescope being built up there. We made it back to Kona ...
... his legendary strength was proven when he overturned the Naha Stone, which reportedly weighs between 2.5 and 3.5 tons. Legend had it that whoever had the strength to move the Naha Stone would rule the Hawaiian Islands. During this time, warfare between chiefs throughout the islands was widespread. In 1778, Captain James Cook arrived in Hawaii, dovetailing with Kamehameha’s ambitions. With the help of western weapons and advisors, Kamehameha won ...
Yesterday everyone was feeling the effects of too much sun so like lethargic beetles we didn't stray too far from home. It was Inger's last day so we asked what she wanted to do. Apart from exploring a few shops, she was content to relax around the pool. No one argued the point! We had dinner at the BBQ platform in the breeze last night. Dianne had mixed up some delicious burgers for everyone and had made a cheesecake with blueberries and strawberries on top to ...
... the varieties of fish in such close proximity to shore. They were heading back to Honolulu at 4:30 so we took them out for a nice lunch at the boat harbour. The others shopped downtown while we dropped Doug and Joan at the airport. Then we met up for happy hour at a waterside restaurant and enjoyed a Mai Tai and a bucket of shrimp. It is 9:00 here and we are ready for bed. Nothing too exhilarating tomorrow. Plan on watching the Super Bowl ...
... s lives were governed by the "kapu system". There were so many laws to be followed. The commoner's weren't even allowed to follow on the same pathways as the upper classes. They were not able to have their shadow fall across the chief or even step on the ground where the chief had walked. The penalty for breaking any of these laws was the same: death by clubbing, strangulation, fire or spear! (I guess it was nice to have a choice!). It was believed ...