Hawaii Island Retreat At Ahu Pohaku Ho`Omaluhia
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... over Hawaii. The Kapaau statue is not far from where the king was born. We wandered and wandered, trying to locate the Cisnevos Family farm for our Halloween adventures, referred to by the website. Bill, in particular, was looking forward to the maze and the scary hayride. We asked more than one local, and they all directed us back up the mountain road to the only Halloween farm they knew of. We pulled up to ...
... pick the coffee cherries by hand, the outer fruit is stripped off and used for an antioxidant fruit juice. The bean is encased in two shells which are removed after they are sun dried. The remaining bean is then roasted to the proper temperature and time so it can be ground to make coffee for brewing. We ...
... said he was surprised I didn't get up and leave! Where would I go at that elevation? After the video we had to wait for it to get a bit darker...as dark as it can get when the moon is almost full! It was amazing to see the clouds BELOW us! They had settled down below our elevation! Very cool! There were 3 big telescopes that were directed at different celestial sites. I got to see Jupiter with the bands and 4 of its moons visible! Saturn with its rings! The moons ...
... because I was on the ocean-side of the car and had good views of the whales all the time. There were a few particularly big splashes. Sometimes you'd miss the breach, but you'd notice the spray afterwards.
Once we got further up the island, we didn't have such a good view of the ocean, but instead got some really twisty roads through some cool trees and cliffs. However, Zach was bemoaning that it was his personal ...
... I would see one.
The car keeps climbing higher 1000 feet, 2000 feet, 3000 feet...9300 feet at the visitor center. I am not about to climb any higher. I am here for fun and not about to enjoy the altitude sickness. Besides, 4X4 vehicle is encouraged for the rest of the climb up that mountain - I am happy just to hang-out and do some star-gazing as the sun is setting on the horizon...