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... with us so we toweled off and changed back into our comfortable shoes. A lot of work but well worth the effort. I am still wondering how some of those people we passed when we were hiking up got back up that cliff! There is only one way up....climb.
We stopped at a local burger & taco place in the small town of Kohala for a light lunch. Special for the day was shrimp tacos with cole slaw or black ...
Today we headed up north for Harry's ditch tour. This is absolutely something I did not want to do but it can't always be about Marney, the princess. I was already out of my comfort zone when I read the waiver. And it went downhill from there. Harry, on the other hand, thought this was great. We were with another couple, who lived in Oahu. We had a guide, CJ, a 20 year old Hawaiian native. We hopped on ...
... a lovely surprise we have had. We have met lots of lovely people and are very happy with what we have seen and done in these beautiful Hawaiian Islands. On a whole all of the American people we have met have been hugely friendly, polite and helpful. This might change at New York.
I'm sorry I can't get the video to work, have a plane to catch so I will work on them and get back to you.
Take care, and God bless, love from Sue and Russ.
Speak to you from the Big ...
... under a leafy canopy in a rain forest and the next minute there’s not a tree in
sight as you drive through miles and miles of black volcanic rock from an old lava flow. The west side of the island is very dry and has few trees compared to the tropical jungle on the east side where I am staying. The town of Waimea is ranch land and seems more like a Wild West town than a town in Hawaii.
... of seahorse farm, kampachi farm, and abalone farm.
- ****ri Water Co: one of the world's most expensive water. It's desalinated water high in minerals found 2,000 feet down off the coast of Hawaii. Produced 1 millions bottles per day, with 95% shipped to Japan daily. Price tag? $16.75 per ounce, which translates to approx $2,144 per gallon!
- Big Island Abalone Farm: didn't know abalone are nocturnal. Our ...