Waikoloa Villas at Waikoloa Village
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... was complete we headed back to the condo where Eddie prepared dinner for our anniversary.
Great relaxing day. I gave Mary and necklace with a pearl that I got while in Waikiki from an oyster I picked and opened. It was a black pearl. Picture attached. Evening of great food, wine and conversations with our best friends.
... the petroglyph trail. The sign says 0.7miles one way. The beginning of the trail was paved and all looked good but it soon turned to a small winding trail through the woods under trees, over lava rock and it became a very ruff terrain. We finally got there but it was a huge disappointment as you could not go out on the rocks to view the etchings. To preserve the rocks ...
... are dolphins playing in the lagoon waiting for the trainers to come with breakfast playfully pushing the surf boards and floats around. It is very entertaining and of course Mary is mesmerized by these dolphins and soooooo excited. The vibrant colors of the flowers, waterfalls and the ocean of many shades of blue are a photographers dream.
After walking around some more, ...
... if I could share my table with someone. The place was starting to get very crowed with the parade crowd headed to the viewing area for the fireworks and just then Janet came up to me and asked if she could share my table. WOW, Lord you are fast.
Jim and Janet have been on the Island for 3 years. Jim was a GP Doc and I think Janet did a lot of different jobs anyway she told me about some of the things she did and they were fascinating. They were great company. Jim played ...
Just in case you were missing us too much, we thought we would write a blog to share our Hawaiian adventure.
After a busy few days and a long flight, today we relaxed by the pool (yes, Gavin went in and no he didn't drown). We also went for a 'hike' (in proper English a short walk) on the King's trail to see some petroglyphs.
'Petroglyphs, or kii pohaku, are lava rock carvings etched into stone centuries ago by ...