Hale Akua Garden Farm
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... surface vessels, and the previous group of passengers was disembarked into the stern of our boat while we all had to squeeze up forward. Once aboard and seated in front of the viewing windows, we descended quickly to a depth of 100 feet and began a slow pass over the bottom. The coral was a little bit disappointing for a Queenslander but there was plenty of fish and a sunken ship acting as an artificial reef was a ...
... in from the West/Northwest as opposed to normal Northeast winds. ******Cynthia add here
I think we mentioned the pickup truck in an earlier blog. Today I took a picture of it for all to see.
What do you do when you're at the beach and it rains? You make the best of it. I rode with Terry to Kahului for him to pick up their car from the shop. I drove back to Paia and rambled through a few of the shops. Lots of ...
... he was so funny. We both loved it and particularly Andrew which is what I wanted. My neck is killing me with the helmet and my neck and back problems but I'll live. We had lunch at the Key West Bar and Grill. Andrew really wanted a burger and I gotta say they are tops! I had one too, Andrew had a hotdog for starters. We are listening to the band play on the pool deck below us. We have an art auction to go to at 2.15 pm. I want some sun so that's what I'm gunna do ...
... to call in here on the way back. Stop at an overlook above the village of Ke’anae with two churches (one made of lava rocks and coral mortar in 1860) on an unlikely shelf of flat land. Towards Hana, the road straightens out a bit, and there is land flat enough to farm. We are getting pretty hungry now, and are fantasising about hot chippies, but Hana doesn't look too promising.
We drop down to the harbour and bay at Hana, which has a pavilion which looks ...
The red sky last night was right and we awoke to brilliant sunshine this morning.
After breakfast, sitting by the pool, we wander round to the next resort to snorkel at Black Rock. The water is full of others snorkelling, but the scene below the water makes it all worth while and explains why there are so many people in the water. There are masses of beautiful fish, just loads of brain corals, urchins and a bright red ...