Waikoloa Villas at Waikoloa Village
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... for my reaction; just one of those fluke things. I'm on Benadryl and steroids, and already feeling a ton better. *** Today we did a few necessary things in town like get my prescription filled and go grocery shopping while we still had the rental car. We brought our fellow woofer, Erin, too. She's very easy going and down to earth so we all get along well. We outfitted ourselves with a few Hawaiian style clothing items at some thrift stores in town! ...
... d been experiencing down at sea level.
At 8,000ft above sea level, we stopped at a visitor's centre to acclimatise before heading to the summit, and to fill up on vegetable lasagne & chocolate brownies. There we got to safely view the sun through a telescope and were meant to be looking at some slightly cooler black patches on the Sun's surface, though neither of us could quite figure it out. We also saw several ...
... we had an enjoyable lunch at a little cafe. On the last leg into Hilo, we took a scenic route, on an old road close to the coast and stopped for some spectacular photos at Onomea Bay. We had a bit of a drive through Hilo, but didn't find it terribly impressive and were glad we had chosen to stay at Kona instead. Then we took the same road back over the saddle that we had traveled on last night. This time however, ...
... to try the poi but, if we did, most everyone found it a lot like purple paste. The raw salmon dish that looks like salsa was spicy and one of my favorites. I tried the coconut milk desert and that was good - it tasted like coconut and felt like jello.
When we got back to the hotel, we had to organize for an extra early departure tomorrow morning for our snorkeling tour which leaves farther south than where we went tonight.
... the Haka to intimidate their opponents - and effectively! I enjoyed the dances with the sticks and the balls, poi, ' and their art which employed a lot of reddish brown and black and the designs were attractive. - Tonga was a great show. They are supposedly the most fun and the show was just that. They shared their culture of drumming but with audience participation, willing or unwilling... There was a lot of laughter - We saw a ...