Kohala Country Adventures Guesthouse
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... of King Kamehameha I, and that's where we headed for a photo op. According to historians, he was a great warrior, diplomat and leader, and united the Hawaiian Islands into one royal kingdom in 1810 after years of conflict. Hawaiian legend had prophesied that a light in the sky with feathers like a bird would signal the birth of a great chief. It is believed that he was born in 1758, the year Halley's ...
... the center of the island. We followed roué 11 down around the southern tip of he island and back around to the western side. On our way we unfortunately hit heavy rain most of the ay so the scenery was limited.
We found the black sand beach and the rain subsided for our visit there. It was quote a site to see sand that is pitch black. Beautiful coast line there ...
... paddle boarding queen even if the only reason you didn't fall off was pure determination not to get your hair wet. Tomorrow at 08:00 am its surfing time and after falling of a paddle board several times it could be interesting!
... of the pictures of bite marks on a guy who got between this particular seal and her cub, we figured keeping a good distance was the best way for us not to join the endangered species list.
On the way back to the resort, we stopped for a bit of food shopping, and ended up watching yet another great sunset over an old lava flow out the back of the shopping centre. Then it was back into the pool for Zac, while we sat on deck chairs overlooking the waves and dining on wine and ...
... and food - all the stuff I need for the mountain. Much to my surprise Saddle Road (Highway 200) is well paved and a wide open road. The road is quiet... I am seeing Nene Xing signs. Thinking to myself...hmmmm "what's nene?". On the crossing sign, it looks like some kind of duck... Maybe Peking duck????
As it turns out, Nene is Hawai'i's state bird - an endangered species - only by luck ...