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 ...
... black beach and blue water. After visiting the beach we drove the balance of the ay in the rain and decided to go to the bowling center in Kona. Mary and I bowled one game so we could say we bowled in Hawaii.
Now back to the condo for dinner the off to bed as we need to get up early to drive back to Hilo a 1 1/2 hr drive to hopefully take our helicopter tour.
Today we drove to the north-eastern shore of the island to visit Pololu Valley. A steep walk down to the valley floor (and an even steeper walk back up, well at least it felt that way) provided fantastic views of the north coast.
So as not to sleep in after the big day previously, and miss our flight, I set an alarm or two. Or more It turns out that the Hawaiian tooth fairy was unaware the Australian dollar had dropped a bit, and Zac was overpaid, with a $5 note under the glass. We caught a taxi and had plenty of time to catch our flight. This was handy as it took us a while to figure out how to do the whole self baggage check in thing. And then heading through security took a while too, as I was ...
... 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...