Kapoho Village Inn
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When we first arrived here we weren't real sure about the location, but the more we have explored and got to know the area the more we like it, it was just so different to Kauai, this is just another piece of paradise.
Back to get our washing, home to hang it out and for lunch. This afternoon we had to finish off our booking details for our next leg ...
... br> But we found a sign pointing to a Polo game starting at 2pm and because we have never been to a Polo game before we decided to go. We were a bit early so we ate our picnic lunch there. The big game was going to start so we made our way over and sat with the locals, stood for the Hawaiian and the American anthems and pretended that we knew what was happening. We watched the first game, the score 1 to ...
... short walking track to the top of the falls so off we went.
At the top there was what they call the Boiling Pots of the Wailuku River, big rock pools.
Across from the carpark was a cafe so we went and had a coffee, I had a cold ...
... our next week of time share generouslky offered to us by our good friend Larry Denger. (Thank you very much Larryl) We could not have done this without your generosity.
We stayed four nights in Hilo. We liked the mix of old and new buildings in ths historic old Hawaiian town. After 4 nights, we moved on and visited the Mauna Loa Volcano and National Park.. It was steaming away steadily, but was not pitching it's red hot lava rock at this ...
... br> "Uncle Robert’s"
On his first full day in Hawaii we went to “Uncle Robert’s” with a group of Kalani people. Uncle Robert’s is what is left of the town of Kalapana that was mostly wiped out by the 1990 lava flow from the volcano Mauna Kileauha. If you drive south from Kalani for about eight minutes, the road ends in a parking lot next to a vast field of lava. Next to the lava field is Uncle Robert’s – ...