Nihilani at Princeville
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Travel Blogs from Princeville
... regrets from our first visit, not visiting the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge. Due to government cutbacks, there are now restricted hours and days. This isn't a run-of-the-mill tourist stop: the Refuge has amazing photos of before and after a major renovation (finished in 2013) was conducted.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge - best kept secret.
We stoped in to see the Russian Fort which is now just a pile of rocks.
Seeing we were so far south we decided to keep going to the Waimea Canyon lookout. We went up the western side road, over 10 miles of up and bends (very glad we weren't walking), we were hoping it was going to be worth it. We weren't disappointed it was amazing, the colours, the size, we ...
... your credit card with the console operator, go back to your car and work out how the pump thingy works, fill up your car with hopefully the right "gas" - and then go back inside and pay for your fill up. All a bit tedious but another adventure.
It started to rain late this afternoon and it still is.
No walks tomorrow - might go back to our beach if the rain stays away.
Russ and Sue
... side of the island. Also found out the local bus will not let you on with luggage. Oh well no point in avoiding the inevitable, we will have to hire a car and learn to drive on the wrong side of the road.
We have hired a Ford Escape which in Aus is the new Ford Kuga I think. Nice little car.
We also rented a GPS thank God. Off we went around the east coast and once the nerves settled down we both started to enjoy the scenery. Most Americans drive in ...
Hanauma Bay was a lovely swimming spot, a nature reserve which we had to pay to get into, before going into the water we had to watch a video which explained how the area came to be and showed you the creatures that are in the water quite interesting. Down to the water we walked (you could pay and get a bus), we hired snorkeling gear, the water was lovely, there was lots of creatures to see all shapes, sizes and colours, the ...