Part 4 covers only a part of day 5 of the adventure. This part has two places to guess. The first four photos below are the first location and the last four represent the second place. This was also the first time I saw honu and became very excited. My adventures for honu have now continued with every beach I get to. I’ll try to arrange the clues for the ones that apply to both and only apply to the first or second location, both locations won’t have a marker, the first location will be followed by a (1) and the second by (2). Easy enough.
1. we’re still on the Big Island
2. made a national park in 1978 (1)
3. small boat harbour shares same name (1)
4. fishponds to raise fish “stuck in the 80s” created here (1)
5. a top snorkeling spot though Jes says it doesn’t compare to Dahab (2)
6. a great spot to find honu (2)
Remember all the clues lead you to the final answer, not just one of them, although some are bigger clues than others (some just sort of help and the round about way will come with the reveal).
Be sure to check out and guess for Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 (at time of writing this one of the posts does not have a correct guess).
(correct answers will be listed at the end of the adventure)
Where Are We – Day 5A
Location #1 – Kaloko-Honokohau …?
Still researching location #2….
Hmmmmmm… location #2 – Kahaluu Beach?
Hey DUDE! I just caught up to your blog…Amazing….
I know I’m supposed to be guessing something, I have no clue…but I did enjoy the images!
Hey Curt, I love the first turtle picture. I have been following the game, but I am only here to enjoy the pictures. Keep them coming!
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turtles are cool! did you get any closer?
As you can see from some later posts I was able to get closer. These were the first ones. It is state law to not touch them (human oils and contact can harm them) and it is proper etiquette to give them room – the book we had said try to stay at least 20 feet away and not to disturb them as they are up on the rocks for rest etc.