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- Swimming pool
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- Microwave in room
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... so we hopped around from beach to beach. My favourite was Shark Bay. A beach that offered this huge rock pool for kids but then adults jumped off the rock into super deep water, 15m, clarity to the bottom. Dave's favourite was Three Point Bay with the hundreds of angel fish.
- Fifthly, was the last beach Dave wanted to take me. A local's spot down by La'ie. It's a beach he visited 10years ago when visiting Cherie. It was obvious no one saw the ...
... that is important to see. Driving there and back on the main highway took us through extensive pineapple plantations and some sugar cane fields. The soil was a rich red colour. Behind all this was the mountain backbone.
We arrived back at 6pm and wandered across the road to go for a swim, using towels provided by the hotel. (We could have also used their plastic rings or lilos!) Whilst there, there was a Hawaiian show on the grass. It seemed to be the same place that I ...
... Falls (but did not stop Waikani Falls Keanae Peninsula and lookout. This had a beautiful black sand beach, with black volcanic rocks with thunder surf breaking over the rocks Puau'a Ka'a state wayside park Hana township Seven Sacred pools of Oheo Gulch-where Bob went for a swim! Hamoa Beach and then The forbidden road which was shingle and tarmac that had been affected by an earthquake and was gradually being repaired. The bus and us were ...
... you! As we got closer, the realisation of the devastation really started to sink in and Jess started to get a bit emosh! The memorial itself was really quite beautifully done and very serene. The structure sits directly on top of the sunken USS Arizona. There are sections where you can look down onto the coral encrusted hull and see all the beautiful fishes swimming around. A small section of the ship still remains above the sea water and you can see puddles of the ships oil ...
... but I guess many wedding rings have been lost (or tossed) in the ocean. And a shout out to the local in the stand up paddle board who rescued a couple of tourists who had capsized their kayak (in calm waters) and couldn't climb back in :) Only one word of advice...make sure you put sunscreen on your legs...kayaking 101. Oh and the turtle whisperer strikes ...