Mona Kea Observatories. A group of us took a trip to the snow capped top for the sunset and a look at a night sky I could only remember from childhood.
Vince and I swam the mile from the site of the first Christian service on Hawai'i to the Captain Cook monument across the bay. No spinner dolphins this day but we saw them on our last day of the trip.
This was our favorite secluded beach. Mostly we had it to our own. I got banged up on some coral heads on our first day but later found great entry/exit points off this lava shelf.
This is the one that got away from me. I just never managed to get to the green sand beach near the southernmost point of these United States of America.