Mauna Lani Point
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... The highlight was a very large green sea turtle sleeping on the beach near shore. Back on the trail in the other direction were petroglyphs ancient Hawaiians had carved into the lava rocks on the ground. To protect the glyphs, the park service built a raised boardwalk with numbered spots for the various glyphs. This was the first time we saw petroglyphs carved into the ground instead of on ...
... far and a mix of ages and groups. While Christine and Bobbie start together, Christine is soon out in front and gone from sight. Bobbie kept to her steady 1 minute walk/run pace and finished with a personal best time of 37.56. Christine did well finishing in under 27 minutes and still had energy left to escort Bobbie on the last bit. Everyone got a finisher medal which was pretty cool and there were plenty of snacks at the end to recharge. Christine ...
... 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 ...
... was killed. There is a monument here, and you can only access the area by boat. An hour of snorkelling here before lunch. We then travel back to the harbour and it's an hour drive to home. Rest and relaxation for the rest of the afternoon before the adults head to the Fairmont for an amazing dinner with palm trees, sunset, music, amazing food and drink, and great company. Looking forward to sleeping in ...
... After a cr*p lunch we headed darn sarf through the town of Captain Cook, named in his honour. There was a walk down to his monument but it involved a 2 mile hike, a drop of 2000 ft and a 2 mile hike back up. As it was 86 degrees we decided it was not a good idea. We took the next best option and drove down to a point across the bay. Carol said " Be careful of the Local's as their ancestors probably ate him." Further South took us to the Ancient Sacred Hawaiian at Pu'uhunua ...