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We climbed Diamond Head this morning. It's a couple mile trip but it is steep going up. Diamond Head hasn't erupted in 150000 years. It is dry and dusty because the mountain chains behind the crater block the trade winds. It has old bunkers at the top of the crater rim. They were used in WWII. We are waiting at the airport for our flight to Kauai. It will be nice to unpack for a few days. We should be able to find a farmers market tomorrow and get some fresh ...
... surf spot during the dawn of big wave surfing in the 1950's. The big wave season hits Hawaii from November through to February, attracting the best men and women surfers in the world, where the waves are a about 9 metre plus high. Certainly not big waves during our visit today, although there were a couple of surfers hoping for the big break. We also stopped at Banzai Pipeline (Ehukai), and Sunset Beach, where the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, known as the ...
... in the car Henry asks if I have my luggage tags on and is my suitcase locked. Ummmmmmm, ok..... no, not yet. So I have to do all this curbside at the airport. So Typical!!! And our adventure starts.
Thanks Henry's Mom and Dad for dropping us off at the airport. They are house sitting, hope no more ...
... especially when you know all those men are still down there. The memorial is situated right on top of the sunken ship, which you can clearly see what's left of the top side of. There is also still obvious traces of oil coming to the surface of the water. Then there's the wall of remembrance, where the number of men who lost their life becomes even more apparent. I'm glad to have had the opportunity to have been there and pay my respects to all those ...
... All of the islands in Hawaii are made of lava, thus the black sand. There is a lovely Japanese garden on this Island dedicated to the Princess. On the way to the national park we stopped at one if the many waterfalls that grace this land. Quite special, we even climbed to the top to witness the flow over the cliff face. Time for lunch, at the skyway observatory. No time to explore the observatory, perhaps next time. Now time for lava tubes, flows and craters. Amazing sights ...
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- Definitely not on my top 100 hostel list!
- Not Recommended
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