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 ...
Today was a day for fun in the sun. Moring was spent in various pools in the complex. The first pool was the pool at the Bay Club Welcome center. Water was warm, pool has a small slide and a spa. Very relaxing time. After an hour or so we moved over to the King Land Pool. This is a huge pool with multiple water ...
... out with. Zach had never had starfruit either, and wasn't too thrilled about it, so I ate it all. It's nice to have organically-grown picked-that-day fruit.
On our way back we took a little detour down to Keokea beach park to watch body surfers. We'd just gone down to take a look at the beach, but there seemed to be a group of people hanging out on a rocky outcrop near the ocean. There were quite a few people up ...
... see how snorkelling can be a bit scary, and even claustrophobic. On the other hand, when you lose yourself in it, it's pretty serene. Sal and I had a great time following different fish and checking out the vast array of colours which seemed to give the fish different
personalities. The highlight had to be when we were able to swim with a turtle for about 15 minutes. They may be pretty cool looking at them lazing on the beach, but when you're with them underwater... well ...
... 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...