Hale Makai Cottages
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Our snorkelling trip wasn't until 12.30pm so we still had time to climb on the rocks just out by the balcony and look in all the rock pools. We felt like little kids, finding crabs and fish and sea cucumbers. It was nice just being able to see so much wildlife right on your doorstep. This place is like no other, no where we ever go will be as good!
Snorkelling time and we all got to the shop with no wrong turns! It really was just down the ...
We woke up early today to make the calls and see if we are good to go on the hike. We were given the green flag so the excitement kicks in along with the rush to get out there so we could secure a parking space. They say people have turned back from the trail because they have not had a place to park, we were going to find a place one way or another. We grabbed a couple of Nutri grain bars from the gift shop along with two turkey croissant sandwiches and 2 liters ...
... scenic points" so I could snap a few pics. We drove back to the Kiluea lighthouse to see what the sunset looked like from there. I knew it was going to be good because along the road on the way back to the lighthouse several "locals" were sitting along the side of the road watching the sunset. I hope you like the picture because it was absolutely gorgeous! The color's here are amazing....especially the color of the sky at night.
... over to the memorial which was a very somber experience. The ship still holds almost 1000 seamen that never made it plus some of the survivors have been brought back to be interred in the wreck. Then we went back to shore and caught a bus to the Missouri. I took a short tour of the ship which included the memorabilia from the end of the war ceremony. Then we had a terrible time getting back to find a bus to ...
So I wouldn’t hit him!!! Haha. So many birds/roosters/chickens walking on the freak’n road - dumb birds.
Early to rise this morning as I headed to the North Shore once again after filling up Skippy (my car), to go hiking on the Kalalau Trail along the Napali Coast. Getting there early ensured that I would get a parking spot @ Ke‘e Beach Park. Now hiking on your own ...