The Falls At Kawainui
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... have brain damage”. I honestly didn’t know if it was a joke.
Everyone went silent with shocked faces. I heard Jayson crying while coming up the back stairs. David, the cruise director was on his way to come back and assess the situation. In the meantime Steph said “Jayson, I hate to do this and ask you like this, but how do you feel about doing the show?”
In the end he decided to do the show and sang each note just like normal. Amazing. After the ...
... marveled at the fact that we were at sea level earlier where it was 80 degrees and humid, and now we were bundled up under 2 layers of clothes. The wide variation in elevations is what allows 8 of the 13 climate zones to exist on this island.
We did not get to see the telescopes or check the summit off of our list, but we were treated to an amazing sunset nonetheless. We went up a nearby hill and could now see clouds below us both East and West, with ...
This is what we came for, to celebrate my 70th and celebrate we did.
Heard from lots of friends wishing me a Happy Birthday, which was lovely.
Weather still not great so we decided to drive to the dry side of the island.
Along the way we stopped at Akaka Falls State Park. The falls were beautiful, but the park and walk to them was like a Garden of ...
... again by the bottom of those stairs. With some more time to kill we headed back to Fisherman's wharf (bought more donuts, so good), took some goofy photos with Alcatraz, and then headed to the baseball. SO COOL! Not that baseball is the type of sport I'd usually watch, the atmosphere and entertainment was just awesome. Everyone gets so into it, with music for each batter, and tunes/beats played across ...
Despite getting up early and going to one of the best snorkelling spots on the island, we are still yet to see a turtle! However we did see lots of tropical fish and marine life. Honaunau Bay presented a new snorkelling challenge, rather than be able to walk into the sea via the beach we had to climb down the rocks into the bay. This sounds easy ...