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... until we arrive.
“This is IT?” I ask.
“It doesn’t look like anything special at all,” Pinky remarks.
“Where are the seven pools?” I ask. “All I see is this little pool by the parking lot.”
“Hey, people are hiking up behind this pool,” Pinky points out. “Let’s follow them.”
“WOW, there they are!” I exclaim. ...
... blow hole" that they have there but no go for us so on we went to Hana. We were all hungry so went looking for some lunch, hmmm that was difficult not alot on Hana. The guide book mentioned a small cafe called Tutu's so that's were we went it was a very small old school hamburger shack...their claim to fame is there pulled pork sandwich not that spectacular but okay were Doug's comments. The only thing I could eat were the Fry's they were again OK. So a great ...
... pig is incredible. But after a couple of hours we get bored of the beach, dump the board back at the house, then give the wild side of the Hana highway a go! It's the most mental windy road, surrounded by jungle, sheer cliffs in places, coconuts lying in the road, and a lot of crazy drivers. Relaxing it ain't!! Mark had fun but really needs the road to himself. We drive to Honumanu bay - a beauty surfing spot on ...
... Over 19,000 of the acres are wilderness. This place is alive with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. The land also protects endangered species, some of which don't exist anywhere else.
One species, Nene (Hawaiian Geese) can be seen running along the ground as we hike to the crater. The nēnē died out entirely in the park at one point. But, in 1946 they were re-introduced with the help of the Boy Scouts. They carried young birds into the ...
... flops as she was standing in the water. Fortunately, we caught them before they went too far. After that, we all learned our lesson about making sure things were far enough away from the waves.