Waikoloa Honu And Gecko Condominiums
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Quiet day. Dinner last night bombed out. Slept well. Breaky yummy as. Walking too much...pain, few falls, but normal for me.....saw turtles, huge green ones, dolphins galore, a shark and a whale in the ocean jumped our and squirted out his head. Boat ride, train ride to explore resort. Ate dinner home with our food.. Hard here for me, even milk has corn syrup! Lol. Sat and relaxed by lagoon, explored more...legs agonising. Watched Walter Mitty and enjoyed, no loved ...
... hills up to an elevation over 3500 feet all within an hour. The weather kept changing during that drive as well...sunny, rainy, foggy and then back down the cycle. Did not see a lot of population, just some cows along the way. Drove up to Mauna Kea visitor center in the evening to participate in their free star gazing program. The drive itself was adventurous as streets (even major roads) are not marked well. At one point we were on a road that we were pretty sure they ...
... were able to down load it via the internet. How did one travel without the internet??
Anyway off we went to test our new toy,
I had read about a beach (on the internet of course) near the airport, called Kona Coast State Park. A very interesting place you turn off the main road and travel down a dirt road, very slowly, you are surrounded by lava that's all you can see but you ...
... and he's a most interesting fellow indeed.
Down to the ancient 'refuge' site, an historical remnant of old Hawaiian royalty and practices. Most interesting indeed. J-she is lucky she's in the refuge, a place of safety for injured warriors,women and children, as her attempts at the 'Shaka' are abysmal and I'm sure that alone would have seen you summarily executed by the old Hawaiian royalty.
We've done our time with Steve and he takes us ...
Horseback riding in the beautiful country side of Waimea. Take a look at my Hawaiian Paniolos :-)
Not your average trail ride as they were allowed to trot and canter in the open fields... just watch out for the cows!!
Click the link below to take you to our YouTube video. (Still working out the details on how to embed a video into this site... sorry!)