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... Hawaii references) and feasting on take out from Big Island Grill (where we had lunch on day 1) and a bottle of wine.
To make up for the lack of manta ray sightings, we headed back to Kahulu'u beach park on Sunday to kill a couple of hours before our 2 pm flight, hoping to see sea turtles. They are usually around only early in the morning at high tide. We got to the beach shortly after 7 am and we were one of the first people there. It was ...
... the other side of the bay as you are supposed to kayak over there. It is there because that is where the natives killed him. Saw an unusual church St Benedictine where the Minister in the 1880's painted scenes of the bible on the walls for the teaching to the members of the church. There was a lizard on the fence and he really looks like he is smiling a us.
This afternoon we ...
... transported to the medical centre. She was currently being treated but she was okay and would probably be released in about 30 minutes. We were all pretty upset and a bit annoyed that no one had contacted us before hand. They had Anton's mobile number and didn't even try to ring him. Not sure what they do if there is a major accident.
After a nervous wait we were finally reunited with a very sore Nicole. She had lost a fair bit of skin but fortunately ...
... to be able to surf the beautiful shores of the Big Island in Hawaii and learn surfing from locals who are world renowned experts.
I had lunch at a little beachfront café not far from where we surfed. It offered typical café food – nothing special but nothing too expensive. When it came to 2pm I headed to the bus stop then travelled to the Coral Reef Snorkel Adventures office. It was only a five minute drive.
... ordered and it was really good. We got to sit outside on the patio and watched several "boogie boarders" ride the surf. Tuesday night is when the canoe clubs meet for paddling. Lots of "locals" carrying paddles around and several different canoes to watch. We got to see the sunset tonight as we were walking around downtown Kona. Perfect ending to a perfect day.