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... museums and really began to delve into Hawaii's history. In the process, we gained a whole new understanding of, and appreciation for the Big Island.
Early on, we decided it most appropriate to visit the Pacific Tsunami Museum, a rather run-down looking place that was quaint and visually unimpressive on the inside as well. Despite the poor visuals, ...
... our credit card so they have given us a $200 credit aboard ship.
This comes in handy what with the cost of alcohol, the one commodity not covered
and also that one cannot bring aboard.
So all in all, Monica and I are paying $84 each per day. We have spoken to others
from Australia and the US who are paying in the range of $120-150 per day per
person and they seem quite happy with that price. So we obviously are not ...
"Canadians are Fun"
We woke today of the coast of the Big Island of Hawaii with a full rainbow right outside our cabin a small local Based on how clearly I could see both ends, I'm almost certain that whole pot of gold thing is a myth.
For the first time we got off the ship to cloudy skies, no rain. Ironically, all of our previous stops were on the dry sides of the islands and this was our first stop on the wet side, which gets about 300 inches of rain ...
... need to do more than once. Drove to our Hotel to check in waaaayyy to Hilo. Had we thought about it, we should have gotten a hotel in Kona but oh well. It is a BIG island, like a 2 hr. drive across. That's why we get the economy rental car. Eh on the hotel, but not even close to the worst of what we've stayed in.
Back to Kona for our snorkel with the Manta Rays. That was super cool. They are huge and swim right up next to you. I was a little ...
... met en route pour explorer la partie nord de l'île. On se rend donc au point le plus au nord de l'île, la plage de Ke'e, située à environ 10 miles de Princeville. Il y a déjà beaucoup de monde et on ne réussit pas à s'y garer, mais on a quand même pu voir que c'est une belle plage... on y reviendra ! D'ailleurs, il y a une trail qui part de là et qui mène à un Heiau sacré et à une chute qui vaut apparemment la marche, alors c'est sûr qu'on ...