Hale Pohaku Beachside Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... spot) beach are right next to each other. We tried to park at Tunnels but no parking left. We ended up finding a spot at Haena. We took our cooler, boogie boards, snorkel's and towels and off we went for the morning. Found a great spot to relax and "people watch". The waves were not very conducive to boogie boarding so we just floated on them for awhile. Brian and I did some ...
... I managed to snap the nose of Brendan's board not five minutes after I paddled out. This was mental considering I had ridden this board for a month now, got pounded hundreds of times, and never even put a scratch on it...but somehow on this day I managed to snap the nose off. Oops...thankfully nobody had any special attachment to this board, so no one was worried about me snapping it, but i felt bad nonetheless. My bad Brendan...but it was a fabulous day!
12th November - Tuesday
The morning didn't look too bad, so we thought we might go for a walk, said goodbye to Jennifer & Sandra, but by the time we got ourselves together the weather had changed.
We went to the Library to get some prints and we needed a map of America to know were everything fits.
Back home and we got into researching, we have booked a flight from the Big Island to New York and some accommodation ...
... we fly to Samoa very late tonight, but we will miss the 4th October completely, leaving on the 3rd (Kate's birthday) and arriving on the 5th! We have already decided to return to Hawaii in the future; yes it is a long way from the UK, but it is so worth it. Honolulu aside, it does not feel like the US at all, which is neither a good or bad thing, but it does make it very different. ...
... road, it looks like a long and large beach resort, bounded by palms and lots of greenery, but from here the US tests mid and long range missiles, and is due to shortly launch a rocket bound for the International Space Station from the site. Well, I can tell you that it looks nothing like it from the road! 'Spouting Horn' is a sight to behold! Don't get over excited, it's a lava tube right on the sea front that traps air, which is then forced out by ...