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... experience Mary and Bob went to the large pool at the Hilton which had not only a tremendous view of the ocean but had its own water falls while Eddie and Harriet went shopping for gifts. The pool was very large, the right temperature and fun. They even had a slide which ...
... back up South Point Road and turned toward Green Sand Beach. We took the road as far as the parking area but didn't want to go down to the beach. There was a local there presumably to give rides or collect parking fees.
We backtracked up South Point Road into the rain. It would be an interesting experience to live out here. There are houses on this road but it's 20 ...
... 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 ...
... had a few drinks and some lunch in between Zac's 3761 goes on the slide, and then continued to do nothing.
Mid afternoon saw us make the 300 m trek to the lagoon (that's metres, not miles) and we hired some snorkel gear and a water bike thing. Despite Zac's improvement with snorkelling, he wanted to spend the time riding around on top of the lagoon on the bike thingy. Fair enough, he was able to see everything that's going on and he could talk to other kids out on the lagoon. I ...
... that runs 4-wheel drive vans into Waipio. We enjoyed the commentary from enthusiastic young Douglas, a local through and through, though his story of Kamehameha carrying off a rock that had to weigh at least 1000 pounds strained our credulity. He deflected any culpability by claiming that “you can believe Hawaiian legends or not – it’s up to you”.
The valley was a favorite haunt of ...