Kohala Village Inn
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... that there is so much manual labor and very little mechanical processing at this farm.
After the tours we went to Walmart for more gift shopping. We found out that the local Walmart carried gifts that were 1/2 the price of buying them elsewhere. Now it was dinner time so we went to a local ...
... a filter because it was so bright...still hurt my eye a little! Saw Mars! Then they pointed out various constellations! It was really cool! They had other not quite as impressive telescopes that you could move to look at whatever you wanted! Jerry was able to find Jupiter and Saturn on his own with these telescopes! I think I know what he will want for Christmas! The drive back to the hotel was another adventure in the dark fog on a narrow winding steep road! But, we made ...
This morning we awoke to 81 degrees and overcast skies. We are going to take a little road trip south on Highway 19. Destination - South Point, the southernmost point in the USA. As we leave the resort area, we notice that it's set in the middle of the dry lava fields. Even though the lava on this side is older it looks younger because nothing grows here due to lack of rain. Once we get ...
... he was stuck in the back of the car while watching Sue and Dave in the BMW infront of us going VERY slowly. He just wants to drive a nice car fast around the twists and turns. It was a much longer drive than we were expecting, but worth it in the end.
We finally stopped at Pololu Valley. It's the end of the road there and it just has a tiny parking lot right on the edge of the cliff. We had to park on the side of ...
... very Ken Duncan like, only more Hawaiian themed... obviously. I spent ages talking to one of the photographers - about the island, his ideas and so on. He had a great shot of some coloured gum trees (there are heaps of introduced trees on these islands... many gums) and he was a bit surprised when I mentioned that they grow in the snow fields back in Australia. ...