Cliff's Edge At Huelo Point
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... getting fully dunked. She lost her hat and Emma retrieved that for her - she also lost part of her bikini top and had a serious wardrobe malfunction which had most of the beach in quiet hysterics. We finished our day with sunset drinks and dinner in our room as we were once again packing! Honolulu calls tomorrow and then we're home. We're all missing Finnegan and Harvey ...
... emails in this job!
Peter only grows a few items in his garden such as.... (take a deep breath) tomatoes, cucumbers, butternut squash, radish, chilli’s, lettuce, kale, spinach, red swiss chard, bok choy, tatsoi... (ok take another breath)... onions, avocadoes, papaya, passion fruit, limes, bananas, lima beans, garlic, chive, mint, and parsley... to name but a few!!!
With the plants ...
... of paradise with hundreds of other people. When you sit out on this balcony you see only the green of the grass in front of the complex, the rocky shore, and the undulating ocean in front of you. It's a perfect, living picture.
It's very calming out there soaking in the salt water breeze, and we sat out hypnotized by the rolling waves of the ocean for a few hours before the sun started to go down and we wanted to go check out ...
... later so we had a great seat to see the view while we had our first two Mai Tai of the trip. Even better they were only $4 each. Now we really are feeling the island spirit and may not come home. We settled in at the hotel and then had a great dinner. We had a fabulous steak and a fish platter - of our own making. The two martini didn't hurt in having a good dinner either. We were all set for a good nights ...
... Ulaʻula (Red Hill). From the summit you look down into a massive depression 11.25 km (7 mi) across, 3.2 km (2 mi) wide, and nearly 800 m (2,600 ft) deep. The surrounding walls are steep and the interior mostly barren-looking with a scattering of volcanic cones.
At 6.30am we head back down the mountain for the one hour thirty minute drive back to the condo for breakfast.