Koa Kea Hotel & Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Dive day in Koloa Landing with Scuba Steve. Dive briefing at 7:30. In the water by 8:15. Water viz was a little cloudy after huge rainstorm last night. Probably some runoff from the river that empties into the bay. According to Steve, water was like glass yesterday but today there was some surge, even at depth. Both dives were good. It was fun to …
... Market. You guessed it, we ordered Poke. Marion got their standard ahi poke, but I got a spicy shrimp poke salad, and we got chips to enjoy with it. We parked at a park right around the corner from the market to use the facilities and to enjoy part of our lunch, continuing to snack as we got back on the road. We turned onto Waimea Canyon road and began our ascent to the top of the canyon. Many guidebooks will recommend taking the Kokee Road a few miles up ...
... in Hawaii I would want it to be in or around Hanalei. The beach at the crescent-shaped Hanalei Bay, just to the west of the town, has been included in many movies and is regularly on lists of the best beaches in the world.
Continuing west along the road past Hanalei, the road is winding and the vistas are lovely. We passed Tunnels Beach, another great north shore beach. Our first stop along the final stretch of highway was at Haena Beach. Across ...
... park is a ancient Hawaiian village. There were some picnic tables that we could enjoy our lunch. Then we took a hike along the beach. The place is filled with wild (ferel) goats. Our captain picked up a little one and we spent some time petting it. We also learned the fruit called Noni. This fruit is suppose to be very heartily, with benefits for arthritis and reducing side effects from chemotherapy. When you open this fruit up, it smells like rotten ...
... tablet as I thought Id be fine... I was wrong! We all got in the water and it seemed to subside the sickness feeling slightly and we saw lots of fish and turtles. I touched one and the instructor told me I could get a $10,000 fine as they are endangered. She killed the mood as I felt very proud and excited about that, I can still say I touched one though! When we all had to get back on the boat to go to the next stop, that is when a lot of us started feeling really bad. ...