Big Island Retreat
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... in like cattle. Most impressive! Afterwards we hung around that area and hit a small beach. Was a snorkeling beach and not quite what we expected, but how can an afternoon on a Hawaiian beach be bad? Then we took the trolley into a little shopping/eating/exploring area. We did that mainly to catch the bus home, but also found some places to go tomorrow with Des when she's here! We missed our one bus to come home because you literally ...
... Cafe on the water, and then wandered along the shoreline to take photos of the sunset. I then drove to Old Kona Airport State Recreation area to take some more sunset photos. This place was beautiful with the beach on one side and a walking garden trail with beautiful flowers and wild house cats on the other side. I then headed home for the night to rest up for a day of exploration the following ...
... lava meets the sea. And we walked thru Thurston Lava Tube. A lava tube is a cave-like channel formed by flowing lava which moves beneath the hardened surface of a lava flow. Much of the park is a beautiful rainforest, but it was particularly lush around the lava tube. I think Brie has 100 pictures of the unique uluhe fern, whose fiddleheads are several feet long and almost a foot wide. There were two big letdowns on our day at Volcanoes National Park. 1) It rained all day, so ...
... breaking me of my bread habit), but restaurant prices are even more ridiculous. On Tuesday we took the trolley to Kahaluu Beach Park just south of here. The cove is almost completely surrounded by a partially submerged lava rock wall that keeps the larger waves out while still allowing the gentler ocean currents to flow in freely. At low tide, the beach is full of tide pools. Most of the cove is less than neck deep and, even at high tide, we're told ...
Our flights were like clockwork - no issues with delayed flights from the storms in the east. The plane from Regina to Calgary was a sardine can ... with propellers. ;-) My husband was not happy, especially when one propeller started spinning and the other didn't. Not to worry, it caught up. Roger was told in Regina that 8 passengers on our flight from Vancouver to Kona had been randomly flagged for extra security screening, and he was one of the ...
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