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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 3000 meters above sea level to be precise, the sky was clear, and could see for miles around. Unfortunately there were a whole lot of other people around too, but that's to be expected I guess. The important thing is, the sun did come up, and I did see it, and have the photographic evidence to prove it. Totally worth the early morning wake up call. Once the sun was up, the temperature rose slightly, and we prepared for the bike downhill. I had been a big apprehensive ...
During the four days it takes to sail from French Polynesia to Hawaii, you have plenty of time to take up a brand new and fascinating hobby. - If cake decoration with Martin and Darryl doesn't take your fancy, there is always 'napkin artistry', towel folding, line dancing, or even vegetable carving, which would undoubtedly make those long winter evenings just fly by (quite what you are meant to do with your carved veg is still something of a mystery). A ship is an isolated and ...
... will stay that way for a long time to come. This is one of the great parts of the islands also being a US State. You get the well maintained roads, clean water, law and order, and public libraries and parks, while also getting to be in paradise in the middle of the Pacific.
We weren't supposed to check in before 3pm and it was around 1pm, so we had some time to kill and were ready for some lunch. Yelp recommended a food ...
... is some amazing cheese with unique combinations. After tasting some cheese at the goat farm we headed to Paia, a small town at the base of the road to Hana. Although Erin the car sick girl refuses to go on the road we had heard good things about the town so stopped by to see the town. It was CRAZY busy with tons of traffic and lots of little shops that from the road were hard to tell what they were selling. We drove around, turned around and turned around again and ended up stopping ...
... togther. My new "underwater" camera died the second it hit the ocean so no footage. :( I'm having horrible camera luck. There is no place to wash a car on the island so we dusted 4 inches of red dirt off with old towels and rinsed it off before enjoying a quaint picnic at the harbor and returning home. Overall, a nice island to visit. Would like to go again when I have $300/night to stay in the beautiful resort. I just really love not camping.