Today’s tour took at dip at Sunset Beach.
An example of what Not to do. We have a saying that if the rocks are wet, you don’t want to be there, because that means the waves have been going there. That goes for sand as well as rocks, especially on the North Shore. The waves and currents are stronger than you’d expect.
A surfer at Off The Wall today.
Kaena Point as seen from Secret Turtle Beach.
We got lucky and there was 1 parking space left.
The water is starting to get rough as we’ve entered into Fall. We only saw 3 turtles there today, 2 baby ones, and an adult. I did see a larger one in another area as I was leaving.
This rock caught my eye because it resembles the East side of Oahu with the Ko’olau mountains and Kaneohe Bay.
A turtle on the beach at Ali’i Beach Park.
Diamond Head as viewed from Tantalus.
This was taken with my 18-400mm lens, at 18mm.
The next photo was taken with the same lens, at 400mm.
The hotel of today’s guests, is just left of center in this photo.
They were awesome, mother and daughter from Canada.
They even laughed at my stupid jokes.
And the daughter is a fan of Jimmy Carr.