The Beach Villas at Kahalu'u
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... crop here in the 1920s and this is the seed that is now known internationally.
Our final stop for the day was Holoholokai Beach Park and the nearby Petroglyph park. Accessible through a 3/4-mile trail that winds amid volcanic rock and burnt trees, the preserve has more than 3000 petroglyphs and is one of the largest collections of ancient lava carvings in Hawaii. Most of the petroglyphs were human-like. We don't know why they were carved into the lava or what they ...
... handy man with fixing things up. We have been blessed by both of them. They are from Finland and very much enjoying the warm weather here instead of the 61 degree high and 48 degree low Fahrenheit temps back home. I'm sure their bodies, too, will have a shock when they arrive home in late December.
Kathy is my age and has already completed her Discipleship Training School (DTS). She is looking to serve in a staff position soon. She is a delight to have ...
... some took some inner-tubes, particularly if they hadn't snorkelled before. There was 19 on the catamaran, one Australian got crook from ingesting water and was like sea sick. She eventually came right as we were heading back. We had come around about a kilometre from where the ship was anchored and had. A good view of the ship. After around 45 minutes in the water the last couple of people were called in with a fog horn. We ended up coming in about ten minutes before ...
... and sent up 4 diet cokes, bucket of ice, and 2 fruit bowls. They next morning, they dropped off a $50 "dine on the property" card for us
- The resort is gorgeous on the exterior - an ...
... They are wild goats!! Not donkey's! Tomorrow the plan is to drive to Hilo, tour the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory and drive through the rain forest.
One last note.....the dark colors you see in the pictures are of the lava. I know it looks a lot like dirt but it is really lava.
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