Waikoloa Honu and Gecko Condominiums
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... 100 feet tall. Immensely wide and far more powerful to be sure, yet it was still surprising to find out that they were - comparatively - short! We both visited Niagara Falls in childhood, and we both recall those falls seeming... Well, bigger. But that was just the width and sheer volume of water. Where Niagara is fat and wide, Akaka is tall and skinny. The Akaka waterfall is 442 feet tall, over four times the height of the raging falls at the Canadian border. Sidenote: ...
... watched followed by a look at Venus with a half crescent and Jupiter with one of its moons. A few shots of the night sky and then we returned back down, fingers crossed. Fortunately we made it back to our condo with yards to spare and hoped that the driver made it back. Neither of us can figure out why their company was not recommended in the guide book. Perhaps the name had something to do with it. HangLoose.com. We have never hung ...
... At the top, we stood and watched the sunset from above the clouds, which was beyond breathtaking. After the sun had set, we were able to see Jupiter directly above us, along with Venus, and slightly later on Mercury, which Ness actually spotted before the tour guide did - little miss.hawk-eyes. We headed back down to the visitor's centre where Jim and Chris set up 2 giant telescopes, which we would later look through.
... to be another two people but they disappeared before the tour so Kara and I ended up having a private tour by one of the staff and Karen - co-owner-wife. She was a former LA HR person and Lee, her husband, says he is a recovering lawyer. Karen mentioned being type-A's when I said I was impressed that two people with no background in growing coffee would produce award-winning products.
We started by looking at the coffee trees ...
... 30 people. We were on our way! There were a few humpback whales coming to the surface, blowing out their holes, and showing us a few back ridges, a flipper or two, and a few tails. Unfortunately, no one was breaching for us today. It is mating/birthing season, so it wasn't out of the realm of possibility. They offered us a dinner of BBQ ribs, chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, and an assortment of veggies with dip. The bar was open; we had a ...