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... some whales, they were so far away I couldn't tell if they were large whales really far away or small fish not so far way. Well, colour me surprized when we see a baby whale practicing breaching for us. It wasn't too far away, and was really cool - now we can say we saw one this trip! (There had been some speculation that we might be able to see one from our lanai, or from some of the beaches, but who knows, I wouldn't know what to look for and ...
... through the bamboo forests. I GoPro'd the 95% of the way up and will have this in a fast forward video after I return. We made it to the top where a sign tells you to stop and speaks of fatalities if you go farther. I put on my new water shoes and took those few extra steps through the stream and over the patch of land to get to the base for a close up picture. After that I went back to where Melissa was holding strong, still a bit passed the forbidden zone but not as far ...
... that had been recommended. Pop into Hitech first to buy Reef flip flops and Volcom board shorts. Then into Da kitchen for a Hawaiian plate (pork three ways - kalua pulled pork, pork and glass noodles, steamed pork in banana leaves) with sticky rice and a bucket of coke. Frickin awesome. :)) We decide to drive up to Kula to see if we can locate house no 2. We get the right general area, but can't find the exact house. ...
... right on the ocean! One can take a walk along the private beach or have morning coffee at the beach or even take a swim at leisure! A great place for family!
The next day we headed to Road to Hana. Another scenic drive in the midst of mountains and ocean at the side. On the way back we went to Oheo Gulch or Pools of Oheo. It's a collection of 7 waterfalls into one huge pool. In Hawaiian culture its considered very sacred ...
... the few animals on the wildlife list - a mongoose. A mongoose is a furry little animal with a long tail. Unfortunately, it is an invasive species brought in to decrease the rat population. However, due to the fact that the mongoose is active during the day and rats are nocturnal, the mongoose has instead been decreasing the native Nene (goose) population. We saw this animal in a grassy area near our car. We had seen several dart across the road in front of ...