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Today we packed up an said goodbye to our hostess Bev and her beautiful dog Sampson (a large Bouvier Des Flandres). We're going over to the leeward, or dry, side of the island for the next 4 days. We took Saddle Road to pass between the mountains. It was about a 2 hour drive. The scenery changed as we ascended the mountains and the temps quickly dropped from the 80s to the low 60s. The fog and rain picked up as well. Eventually ...
The plan today is to find some big turtles. We weren't sure which was the best place so we texted Andrea to find out. We are only texting at the condo so found out after our day out. We headed south again to Kealakeku Bay to check out the refuge at Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park. If you made a kapu (ie. did something wrong, like look at a warrior) you would be killed. It was an important residence for the royal chiefs. Separated from a ...
... 8217; came from a warrior chief who jumped over the Falls and turned into stone.
Last visit was the Volcanoes National Park, timed to see the glow of the active volcano after sunset. Enjoyed a stroll along the rim of a dormant (?maybe) but completely barren crater that looked like a moonscape before going through the impressive Thurston Lava Tunnel.
Passed many steam vents, before going to the rim of Kilauea to marvel at the red glow and clouds ...
Today is our last day in Hawaii. We are hanging out for the day at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, while we wait for or flight later this evening. Tomorrow we will be back home in Vancouver. It's sad to leave, but we are looking forward to going home. ...
... after getting her milk that Josie spilled a bit. Our Jo!
Lunch was good, and we shopped around a bit in some of the stores, then made our way back to the gate. Mac was trying to persuade Mark to buy a new camera at one of the shops for a thrifty $400, but the airport is not the place to buy such things. A pack of gum, a magazine – yes; a $400 camera, no. Mac marveled at all of the “Army guys” that he saw in fatigues. It’s ...
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