Kohala Coast Collection
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... black beach and blue water. After visiting the beach we drove the balance of the ay in the rain and decided to go to the bowling center in Kona. Mary and I bowled one game so we could say we bowled in Hawaii.
Now back to the condo for dinner the off to bed as we need to get up early to drive back to Hilo a 1 1/2 hr drive to hopefully take our helicopter tour.
... before attending the taping of The Wheel of Fortune show. We had a blast as the contestants were very funny for each of the three shows they taped. They will air on November 10, 11 & 12. We had good seats but I was not able to meet Vanna ... Oh well maybe next time.
Late night dinner and then to bed as tomorrow we will be heading to Oahu for the next 3 days.
... at this location, right now we are just scoping it out as we are off to an adventure to visit Kohala the town where King Kamehameha was born and on to Pololu Valley lookout.
We viewed the statue of King Kamehameha and read the plaques about him, went across the street to shop for souvenirs and then to got some local Hawaiian ice cream. Now off to the lookout. We continue north on ...
... fast because we had Wifi on the plane. Second flight....not so fast. No Wifi over the ocean. Lots of word searches, reading and watching the movie Divergent. We landed in Kona at 1:45 pm, which is 6:45 pm at home.
I really like Kona Airport because of the stairway out the airplane. As soon as we stepped off the plane, we could smell the flowers! Grabbed the shuttle ...
... Although the true meanings of the petroglyphs are unknown, it is generally thought these carvings are records of births and other significant events in the lives of the people who lived here long ago. See the carvings of human forms, canoes, turtles and others in the many captivating petroglyphs fields throughout Hawaii’s Big Island'.
Liz & Gavin