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... Owen, and a bunch of other kids who he couldn't understand. They probably didn't understand him either. Meanwhile, Sal and I wandered just down a hill from the pool towards the beach, and discovered about 9 turtles relaxing on the shore. We watched the sun set and then found a Mexican restaurant for dinner near our room. The boat that cruised up and down the resort stopped right by our table, so we jumped on for a ride to finish the night... about a 40 minute round trip. Big ...
... of the summit was 13.796 feet (4205 m). The oxygen levels were 40 % less than at sea level.
There were 12 or 13 telescopes there and not the small ones either. They were these huge domes. Dad would have loved it here!
After the explanation about the observatory, we drove up to the summit to view the sunset. It was magical.The temperature had dropped quite a bit. It was now around 2 degrees Celsius. It was ...
We also spent time on the Kona side of the island, where the weather is usually sunnier and we visited a Green Sand beach (another hike in - it was so hot) and you arrive at this emerald coloured beach which looks like the sand has glitter in it. I attempted some ocean swimming but I really am not so good when the sea is dramatic - even little waves freak me out, and at one point I got ducked under and my ...
... ceiling of the cave at various points and saw deep horizontal cracks. I'm not an expert spelunker, but, it was enough to deter me from going deeper in the cave. The boulders that could fall from those cracks would be unmovable. None of us wanted this kind of risk, so we made our way back to the entrance, getting more pictures along the way.
Back at the condo, Mom had ...
... 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 ...