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... keen to come down and get some contrasting photos.
Back at the resort, Zac did some more swimming, and Sal saw the end of a breaching whale... finally. I didn't.
The day finished (yet again) with us sitting on the headland watching the sunset. This time we were better prepared, and managed to get a Cabana, and plenty of food and wine for ...
... I'm still not certain whether it was a rash from the long grass on the way to the Captain Cook monument or mosquito bites as there were certainly quite a few mosquitoes about in the hotel but I was covered and Matt had only a few so it was hard to tell what had caused it. After initially being very defensive and insisting it wasn't bed bugs even though we had never suggested it was, the woman at the hotel was very helpful and gave me some cream and drove to the shop to get ...
While I finished up packing, Erwin got breakfast at the Subway, so we could eat it on our lanai. We took it easy and didn't really rush.
We checked out and drove the car to the car rental and dropped it off. We checked in and went through secruity. Nothing special happened this time. We looked at some of the pictures we had taken and I tried to write for the blog, ...
... hearing sound of whale, check out jupiterfoundation.org for live audio recording.Our next stop is trying to find petroglyph by the early Hawaiians. We went to Puako Petroglyph Preserve for a hike. The preserve is located in Mauna Lani Resort. Along the trail, there were those thorny branches all over, later the plants were identified as Kaiwai. The trail was quite dusty, besides those thorny bushes, nothing grows here. One of the thorny ...
... ice. This is the greatest snack ever. Just some shaved ice with whatever flavored syrup you would like. Apparently the way to eat it is also with some condensed milk on top. I chose coconut and sat under the awning to enjoy my snack while watching the waves. I checked out little shops and then turned around to just sit at the hotel until my room was ready.
I wandered back to the desk at 2:45 and the guy told me it ...
Other places to stay in Waikoloa
69-200 Pohakulana Place, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $163
- Great for families
- Sufficient and adequate
- Average overall
68-1745 Waikoloa Road, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $126
- Had a great time
- Glad we bought the timeshare
- Great Place
69-1035 Keana Place, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $176
69-1000 Kolea Kai Circle, Waikoloa | 5 star condofrom $418
69-555 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $199
- Beautiful, relaxing, quiet accomodations
- Wonderful Condo
- Wonderful Condos and area
69-1010 Keana Place, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $195
68-3831 Lua Kula Street, Waikoloa, Waikoloa | Condofrom $195
69-699 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $211
69-450 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | Condo
- Pretty Average
- Great Time, Great Resort
- Not Sure I Would Stay Again