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... and swam over to ask about turtles. Yup, they had seen one about 150 feet further out along the ridge, so we followed the underwater wall for awhile. No turtles.
Time to go back closer to shore and to the coral. I swam ahead and a little ways along heard Jeff calling very loudly and excitedly, "Octopus!!"
"NO WAY" I shouted back and began swimming to him in earnest. He had seen the octopus walking on all 8 of its legs and more amazingly than that he ...
... greener, and the sky increasingly cloudy. By the time we get into the seriously rain-forested area it has started to rain, and we realise we don't have a lot of rain gear with us.
At the famous Twin Falls park, there are hundreds of people, and not much, if any, parking, so we put this in the maybe later basket, and carry on through rain forest on a road which is getting narrower and more convoluted, with almost all of it double yellow lined. In the ...
... moderate temperature (thank god it's not warm) and so clear. There is a monk seal harbouring on the beach at the moment whilst it is moulting, which is cool as there are only 1600ish left. We got to watch him sun baking as we did the same after our snorkeling adventure. Afterwards we bar hopped. First off it was room 6322 balcony to admire the views, followed by our little bar down by the beach. Seeing as I *literally* cannot tolerate alcohol very much we were sneaky and ...
... to eat and our attention is drawn to a place
called the Cheeseburger in Paradise. The top floor is open to the sea on one
side and the Main Street on the other and they have a musician playing mostly
60's music. We both go for different fish dishes and have a great meal. While
we are eating, there is a complete semi-circular rainbow on the land side
of our view and the sun is slowly setting on the seaward side. It turns into
the most spectacular sunset and the ...
... and us not getting any younger we tried it later in the day. it was well worth the trip. On our return we used our lanai for the first time to sit with a glass of wine watching the surfers.
Our first impressions of hawaii are that even though we are in the middle of the pacific there is no way that we are anywhere but in the USA - the buildings, the roads , the shops, the lifestyle could be anywhere in small town America on ...