Outrigger Waikoloa Beach Villas
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The guys decided to play golf. We played the Beach resort Course. Instead of playing 18 Eddie and I decided to play 9 for now. Temps here have been quite warm and humid. Later this week the humidity is expected to go down so we may play another 9 then. Golf is very expensive here so that is also why we decided on 9 holes. We actually got 10 holes for the price of 9 ...
... the area not allowing visitors to go on or touch them or go near them. It was a field of flat rocks but the writings were barely visible from the distance we were kept. The winding hot journey just gave us exercise and not real satisfaction of admiring the petroglyphs.
Next we swam in the Ocean at Lava-Lava Beach. What a great day for the beach. It is close to our ...
... to go get breakfast. Our table by the window overlooking the lagoon and ocean made the big buffet even more special. After our bellies were full we continued our journey around the complex. By now people were out snorkeling, paddle boarding, swimming, and just relaxing, soaking up the sun's rays and keeping cool from the ocean breeze.
Looking out at the ocean you ...
... highway around the island. Top speed is about 40 mph due to the traffic and curvy road! We were in search of "Black Sand Beach". After about 1.5 hours of driving, Brian decided he needed a cold drink. We stopped at the only grocery store/gas station he could find. Let me tell you....it was a local grocery store & that's all I am going to say. Onward South to the small town of Punalu'u. It was lunch ...
... There was a wind turbine field taking advantage of the non-stop breeze. At the end of the road, we saw men fishing by the boat hoists. We enjoyed the breathtaking view of the cliffs. The water below is crystal clear. It's a bit warmer down here, overcast but not raining. We took a short walk past the light beacon to the actual South Point. People were fishing all along here.