Outrigger Waikoloa Beach Villas
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... thinks that knowing ten Hawaiian words makes him fluent in the language, we find that using plain old English is easier and more effective.
4. Back home, signs and instructions are often given in English and Spanish. In Hawaii, the alternative language is Japanese.
5. It seems like everything is a long drive away in Hawaii. Even on a seemingly small island, it still can take hours to get from place to place.
While watching Heaven is for Real the dad told a story about
a book mom red to the kids. In the story a lion a bear and a unicorn were in a
cave with a very narrow opening and they were able to fight off the enemy one
by one because the passage was narrow and only one enemy at a time could come
I believe the Lord said something like this to me. We must
keep the gates narrow so that we can fight off the enemy. The enemy wants to
... night swimming with Manta Rays' there are some on U tube that you can watch.
Trying to get home in the dark we got ourselves confused, we even had the GPS confused, we did make it eventually though. A big day shared with lots of under water creatures.
... and powerful Hyundai Elantra and headed for the one road. We drove up Kamehameha to the Kuhakini, then past the Ana Keohokalole, down through the Pu'uanahulu and stopped near Waimea-Kohala for some needed Macadonalda Mica'anugetta's...delicious. After our light snack we jumped back in the car and visited Laupahoehoe beach, drove down the Hamakua coast past A'Thinka Wegetta losta and through Mea No'wanna Drivua'ua no Mora.....and enough with ...
... below the group near us. Before the ray left, another swam up and joined in, circling and looping in the light with eating the plankton. Soon, a manta ray was attracted by the light on our small board, and came up directly under us!
It is amazing just how incredibly huge these creatures are! 14-feet across is considered only medium size! The manta ray came up right under us, nearly brushing us with its body. If it wasn't forbidden, we could ...