Koa Kea Hotel & Resort
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- 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 …
... lunch here and get the next one. We both looked washed out and I was looking forward to getting the salt out my hair. We were sad that this was our last day here already but today was fantastic. That night we head to the Ala Moana Centre. We have a look around the shops. Shockingly Murray couldn't find anything in Hollister. I had my first Ruby Tuesdays and we walked back to the hotel back past the lake. A beautiful end to a beautiful day and an amazing time in ...
... sunny day. At least enough for a bit of a tan-finally. We walked to Eggberts for breakfast. About a mile round trip. Did some more packing and then walked to our beach, 2 mile roundtrip. Water was comfortable and we stayed in a long time. Back home to do a final laundry and pack all but what we need for tomorrow. Showers, then Phil took our ' homeless' bin out where they are and when he looked again it was gone. He had told one of the guys we ...
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Monday, February 17
I'll admit, this wasn't our first visit to Lydgate Beach Park. I may say this is the most beautiful beach (away from main parking area / beach) on the Coconut Coast. If you think of only the protective cove as Lydgate Beach Park, you truly don't know the entire beach park.
Lydgate Beach Park - two distinct sides, one amazing beach.
... I haven't mentioned it to this point, but it's impossible to go a day without looking out into the ocean and seeing a breath streaming from the surface, a massive splash from a tail fin slapping the water, or even a school-bus sized Humpback hurling itself out of the water. It's really neat to see, but I guess I've taken it for granted at this point because we see it so much. On this day, I probably saw 10 or 20 different whales just off the coast. ...