One last snorkel

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October 4th 2011
Published: October 1st 2017
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We finally got to see the dolphins today ... from the balcony of our condo. But we saw two doing the "spinner" thing, which was fun. A group of people went out to swim with them ... not sure if they chased the dolphins away, but the pod disappeared right around that time.

Ironmen (and women) are out in force today ... Ali'i Drive was very crowded with runners and bikers ... and PowerBar etc. had put up their canopies and were already handing out drinks and fuel.

Paul and I drove to Honaunau (Two Step) to meet Alan and Jean for one last snorkel. Surf was up today (we also had surfers in the bay by our condo), but Two Step was still relatively calm. We swam in the less churned up part of the Bay, and the water was still fairly clear. Snorkeling boats appeared in force today, but they discharged their cargo just as we were getting out of the water.

Returned to the condo to shower, finish packing everything.


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