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... travel = early night. On Wednesday morning we decided we all needed a day to chill. We grabbed our books and headed down to the pool. After a few hours and some severe sunburns that was enough of that. Jackie is clearly no longer an islander....the sun destroyed her, hilarious :) . In the afternoon we headed into town for some beer at the Kona Brewery and a much anticipated visit to Target....didn't buy anything, no room.....living out of a ...
... so many of them swimming straight towards us. Whilst they are swimming like this, they made us all get in the water so we were in their path, then they will swim past us all and we can swim alongside them. We all excitedly jumped in the crystal clear blue sea and anxiously waited. Within seconds we had lots of different sized dolphins swimming right past us. It was amazing! Some came up really close whereas others stayed a bit deeper but we could still see them. Once they had ...
... a few minutes from the hotel) to begin our final snorkeling adventure! We were on a small motor boat with two guides and only about 10 guests total. After getting settled on the boat and hearing a short safety speech we were on our way out in the ocean. It was so much fun sailing over the ocean at about 40 miles per hour in the small little boat! Beautiful blue ocean, a nice blue sky, and the shoreline ...
... amazing. Tracy had sweet and sour pour plate (meaning it came with the traditional rice and potato-mac (although at L & L it was just the mac) salad. I had the teriyaki beef and Stephanie opted for a hamburger and fries. I think she's missing green chili and is a bit tired of plate lunches. We will definitely miss plate lunches, fresh fruit and all the other amazing foods in Hawaii but will be eating Mexican as soon as we get home.
... humpback whales. A few fun facts about humpback whale,
- Hawaiian name: Kohola
- Type of whale: Baleen whale (v.s toothed whale like Orca & Dolphin)
- Birth weight & size: 1.5 tons and 10-16 feet long
- Grown size: School Bus size
- Diet: Krill, plankton, herring & other small fish
- Vocal: Only male sings, no female are attracted to the male sound
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