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 …
... dolphin. We stopped for a little while to observe them. Along the journey we saw two more pods. The final being the largest and they swam with the boat for quite some time. The crew informed us that they enjoy the pressure of the wake under the hull. A little further down we stopped again... This time for a different reason. The coolant on one of the engines has spring a leak and so the ...
... Napali Coast - the waters were a little *bigger*. I was fortunate enough to keep everything in check, however, there were about 6 or 7 people using the Aloha Bucket!
I met some really fun people from Arizona - Neil & Neli. Turns out they are also staying at Waipouli Beach Resort too! Go figure.
Once we arrived to the rugged coast line of the jagged cliffs of Napali, you can really get a sense of how huge they are and every shade of green imaginable. There is ...
... a dead set snap-a-thon. Dinner was great. Katrina went for the Crab Crusted Fish something or other while I went for the Seared Scallops with risotto and whatever..all washed down with a couple of hearty Longboard ales for me and some french champagne for the boss. We decided to skip dessert after hearing our waiter regale us with stories of being collared for drink driving on multiple occasions. I had to admire his honesty and gave him an extra fiver in his tip God bless ...
... and water were totally calm. We had cinnamon buns, fresh fruit and coffee and we were on our way. In the first half hour we saw a number of spinner dolphins and then dropped the anchor just off the coast from an old sugar mill to do some snorkelling. The reef and fish were slightly disappointing compared to places like the GBR and Namotu in Fiji, mainly because of the lack of live coral, so luckily some green ...