Waikoloa Villas at Waikoloa Village
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... of the island; they get almost twice the rainfall of the Kona side. It's a rainforest. A real rainforest. And yet again, for what feels like the millionth time, I was struck by that. This wasn't a picture book from my childhood. It wasn't a textbook from school. It wasn't a documentary on TV or a scene from a movie. This was a real, live rainforest. And we were in it. It was a JUNGLE, complete with crazy tall trees, vines hanging everywhere, bamboo, lush green plants ...
... of 13,796ft. On the way up, we heard, but did not see the National Bird of Hawaii, the Nene goose, we also heard the driver saying that he wasn't sure he had enough petrol to get us back. we thought he was joking until he phoned his wife to say he may need rescuing! There was a promise of Parka's for us to wear as we had not got suitable clothing. He gave me a hooded cotton jacket that was thinner than the t-shirt I was wearing. After ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
... lot. He said it was really calm. I told him I would get my stuff and meet him there. I got half way down and could hear the waves crashing on the rocks. By the time I got there I could see that his definition of "calm" was not the same as mine. There was no way I was going into that water. I shared my decision with another guy down there and he said "good decision, I'd rather talk to you than about you!" Jon did manage to pick his way over the rocks and did go swimming ...