Honolua Bay . . . something we missed before. Hiked down to this bay through an amazing forest with Tarzan branches hanging. No beach front on this one . . . all rocks. But once you were in and swam to the right side, the coral and fishes were beautiful. The water was a little murky but not bad. Saw alot of different types of fish and coral. There was an Undulated Moray that was a little scary looking. Hopefully my pictures will show him up. But the more I watched him, the further I wanted to be from him. Eventually he swam out of his hole into another hole, he was about three feet long. A school of trumpetfish were swimming together, translucent in color. It was a very windy day but this bay was protected from the weather.
Came back and caught the sunset at Black Rock just out from where we are staying at the Sheraton. Met Steve and Robin from Anchorage, Alaska. They had been out snorkeling at Black Rock but hadn't seen much at all. They are here to the Optometrist Conference also. Way fun couple! During the sunset, a couple of whales entertained us off the point of Black Rock.
Ate at Leilani's at Whaler Village on the beach. Great view and great fish . . . had mahi mahi and the hula pie was the topper!