Aston Shores at Waikoloa
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... 30 people. We were on our way! There were a few humpback whales coming to the surface, blowing out their holes, and showing us a few back ridges, a flipper or two, and a few tails. Unfortunately, no one was breaching for us today. It is mating/birthing season, so it wasn't out of the realm of possibility. They offered us a dinner of BBQ ribs, chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, and an assortment of veggies with dip. The bar was open; we had a ...
... for the local merchants as there were signs everywhere welcoming the cruise ship folks. A chap at the pool told me this ship just leaves Honolulu and visits all the islands once every week. He thought it would be a boring trip for the crew. I got back at 8:15 and headed to the pool for a quick dip before breakfast and a chat with Jon who was doing his lengths. After breakfast, Jon called on me to ask if I wanted to go snorkelling off the rocks at the end of ...
... Not all spectators at these events around the world can say that.
There are also categories for physically impaired athletes as well. I saw two wheelchair athletes and one blind athlete during the bike race segment. How exciting for them as well.
After the swim athletes get on bikes and ride for 112 miles. Even for the pros this leg can ...
... we got to Hilo the more clouds moved in. Hilo is located on the "wettest" part of the island. Hilo averages over 200 inches of rain per year. We arrived at the macadamia nut factory before it started to rain. We did a walking tour of the factory and saw how the macadamia nuts are cracked, prepared & shipped. Very interesting. We even got to sample several flavors in the gift shop. Brian and I like the Milk ...
... enjoy B&Bs. Then off to the Rainbow Falls and the Boiling Pots in the pouring rain which are right in town. Due to all of the rain, the falls were gushing with a lot of mud. Our Segway tour through the Botanical Gardens got cancelled due to the rain. Continuing north, we went on a short hike to see Akaka Falls! It was beautiful. Super humid but it was just sprinkling. We continued north to ...