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Travel Blogs from Waikoloa
... sand beneath my feet, the sound of the gently lapping waves, and the brilliant turquoise colour of the water had such a soothing effect on me that I felt quite drowsy and peaceful as I strolled along this gorgeous beach.
This outing definitely gave me a better understanding and appreciation of Hawaii’s Big Island. It does feel a little strange to be having these great new experiences ...
... even more special as green sea turtles have made it their nesting area and sanctuary so we enjoyed watching some swimming in the sea, although sadly none came onto the shore while we were there!
After a bit of a bad start, we'd really enjoyed our time in Kona as we had two amazing brand new experiences: horse riding and dolphin swimming. I definitely feel our morning spent swimming with the dolphins will go down as one of the highlights of our entire trip as it was so magical. ...
... Very spacious.
It actually reminded me of dad and the style he had said he liked.
He may not have been there physically... But the plants he used to have, definately were :-) I guess, if there is one place I felt dad the most, it would be here.
We settled in and went to the Queen's Marketplace and the King's Shops. We looked around in the stores and ...
... in a way that's easy even for me to understand. We tipped him $5 at the end, he's very happy!
The boys found the Hawaiian checker table by the shore and started playing. Curtis and I relaxed by sitting on two chairs made out of coconut tree stumps. It's so wonderful that the boys are into board games and chess. Nowadays very few children are able to sit down and entertain themselves without electronic device.
... feet dug into the sand, great drinks, nice breeze, bright stars, incredible food and great company!!!! It was without a doubt our best meal and evening on the island.
We visited the Lava Tubes and the Kilauea Volcano - worth seeing but make sure you do it at night - you can see the glow of the volcano. We decided to drive the entire Island, didn't see much of the southern half as we were driving at night, but still fun!