Hawaii Island Retreat At Ahu Pohaku Ho`Omaluhia
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- Continental Breakfast
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So we did end up hitting burger king and Brewhaus. Open mic was a smash. Sam sang a few songs and we had some great beer. We also met an Irish dude and his new puppy. Pretty nice guy! He bought a lot of tequila for everyone... We were (well i guess just me) pretty drunk by the end of it. Also had a pretty funny experience with a dude in the bathroom line. Hahaha. The next day was pretty low key. We stayed at Hapuna for most of the day, and hung out at the beach doing our normal ...
... its recent history on the island. Through our work, we not only reduced our carbon footprint but we also got to help in the restoration process of these native ecosystems.
Wednesday, we talked more about the special geological features of the island. We observed some olivine xenoliths (called this because they are uncommonly formed) in the basalt on the roadside, which was interesting. These crystals were formed underground in the magma, and ...
... 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 ...
... 10 comes back to the clubhouse so they told us to play 10. Cost was $70 for the round and $35 for club rental. Included cart, 2 cold waters each, towel, tees and when we finished we received a iced down cold towel for cooling down. For 18 it is $120 and $70.
Course was absolutely beautiful. I have some pictures posted. Eddie beat me by 1 stroke for the 9 but ...
... busy. Kailua-Kona is very different than Hilo. The town sits right on the edge of the ocean. There isn't much in the way of beaches. Just rocky shoreline and lots of hotels. It has a whole different feel, less industrial/residential and more vacation town. Further south along Ali'i Drive it gets quieter and there are some vacation rentals with fabulous ocean views.
For dinner we made reservations at Lava Lava ...