Mauna Lani Point
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the tsunami that took place on April 1, 1946! then we went on to check in at HPA (Hawaiian Pacific Academy); it's an amazing private school! feels much more like a home:) finally some beach time!! we headed down to Hapuna Beach and Keni Anne, Layne, Jessi and I were lucky enough to be swimming and see a sea turtle! how cool!! busy day! now turning in for an even busier day tomorrow! ...
We slept like we hadn't slept for days but woke up really refreshed. I was up about 8.00 and after a refreshing shower went for a walk around the hotel grounds. Beautiful tropical flowers everywhere and lounges placed in idealic locations. Edie was still in bed when I returned so twisted her arm to get up as I wanted some breakfast. Finally at 9.30 we walked across the road to Bongo Bens for breakfast. Edie said she only wanted a cup of tea but finally decided on ...
... most impressive had to be the Humuhumunukunukuapua’a fish...yes you read right the Humuhumunukunukuapua’a fish – I know! We later read this is Hawaii’s National State Fish and we could see why, it was beautiful and full of Aloha! What a sighting, we were privileged!
Another highlight along this coastline were the naturally lava heated pools. We visited two, Ahalanui and the ...
... bar came over. He was clearly wasted and was there with his dad. He must have been mid to late 30's and was hilarious, to laugh at and not with. He tried his best to impress us with stories about how he likes to fight (not cool) and then about his daughter (who he had an awful tattoo of on his arm). This guy was clearly small town and didn't have a chance but he was certainly persistent with his cigarette breath! We eventually got rid of him and we turned to ...
... 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 ...