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... to get there but when we turned up it was some zip line adventure thing. We asked if we could just walk to see the falls and the girl told us it was $10 per person which seemed crazy considering our next waterfall stop was meant to be free! We quickly declined and drove out the park slightly embarrassed!
After the waterfalls, we drove further North to the Waipio Valley.
Located on the northern Hamakua Coast, the sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha I,and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty.
... up taking it. I would have to use it sometime in the next year - from October 2014. John's Mom was interested and would have joined us but, unfortunately, I had booked Kara's and my flights by then and I couldn't find a decent price for the same flights.
So here I am with Kara at a Hilton ocean side resort for the week and then we move to another spot on the opposite side of the island near Volcanoes National Park.
... Big Island Grill. The food was excellent and very reasonably priced. Great place to eat for anyone visiting Kona. The desert was so huge we ordered one desert for all 4 of us to share..
Another great day. Tomorrow will be a relaxing day at the condo and beginning the packing process to come home.
... it's like surfing for people who can't surf. You just ride small waves into shore with you body pressed against a little board. The condo we were staying in had quite a few extra boogie boards in the house for you use, so we packed up a bunch of chairs, towels, boards and sunscreen and headed out to the beach.
You do have to pay a small fee to park in the parking lot for the beach, but it seems to be justified because they have a couple public facilities ...