Mauna Lani Point
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... was very, very rough. The potholes looked like you could sink into them! It took us about 30 minutes to go 2 miles through the lava. When we got there it was worth every moment. The beach was stunning, crystal turquoise water, lots of trees to provide shade. The sandy beach sloped gently down into the water. Today the waves were huge so we didn't snorkel but we did swim in the waves. What a lot of ...
... tall lava molds of the tree trunks in their wake, frozen in time. All that was left were these huge charred remains. Very cool to look at. Further along the road we found a beautiful park area called Ahalanui Warm Spring park. This spring fed pool is part natural and part man-made. It is also volcanically heated to a balmy 90 degrees! The bottom of the pool is sand and mud and has a slight sulfur smell. The water is brackish but very clear and fish often ...
... was extremely knowledgable about the island. Throughout the day he kept us entertained. Our first stop was the Waipio Valley Lookout. Located on the northern Hamakua Coast, the sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha I, and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty. This fertile valley ...
... By then the makahiki festivities had ended and the natives’ attitude toward Cook and his crew had changed. If they were truly divine, why would they have to return to land just because of a broken mast? This is what a mere mortal would do, not a god. Not to mention that one of the crew members had died a few days earlier. Cook was killed in a conflict at Kealakekua Bay shortly after returning to land. Cook had tried to take the chief hostage in return for a ...
... 10 comes back to the clubhouse so they told us to play 10. Cost was $70 for the round and $35 for club rental. Included cart, 2 cold waters each, towel, tees and when we finished we received a iced down cold towel for cooling down. For 18 it is $120 and $70.
Course was absolutely beautiful. I have some pictures posted. Eddie beat me by 1 stroke for the 9 but ...