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... thing the tour gave us nice warm winter coats with gloves. We definately needed them.
It was very busy at sunset, since there were several tour operators with loads of people. But one by one they left and our group was the only one left. We could watch the sky grow darker and darker in peace and quiet. The guide of the other van got the telescope out ( a small telescope) and showed us Jupiter and 4 of ...
... at points) and as soon as it dipped below the clouds it got a lot colder. The rangers at the summit try to hurry you down the mountain once it gets dark. Apparently the astronomers and the people of the telescopes don't like having you up there after dark, interfering with the light spill by shining torches and so on. I really wanted to stay to experience the stars from up there, but under pressure we made it back down to ...
... chicken in teriyaki and plum sauce. Her and Dad went out to grill them, while Sam and I made use of our giant avocado.
None of us have ever had an avocado bigger than a fist, so we were excited to try one the size of a small watermelon. It was more watery and less creamy. However, it was sweeter and had a richer flavor. Sam made guacamole out of it. Arguably, some of the best guacamole I've ever ...
... 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 ...
... difficult to motivate for any sightseeing the next day. But we did eventually make it out to Pololu Valley, a dramatic place in the same spirit as Waipio, but with only a steep trail for access instead of a road. We also enjoyed wandering around the close-knit community of Hawi, so small-town that all the shops were closed by mid-afternoon that Sunday and left us no choice but to ride back to the cabin and relax on the lanai. Darn.