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Snorkel to the turtles in Ho'ai Bay

We can meet in the parking in front of Prince Kuhio Park.

This is, of course, subject to the forecast changing.  Cross your fingers.  Watch:

... there is a small swell through Friday, but Monday afternoon looks good.  The waves will be 3' (off the reef), but the energy is <100Kj.

... I like the wave energy to be under 100Kj to make the journey less strenuous.

If it looks too rough, we can do Beach House Beach instead... no turtles, but plenty of fish, and a more protective reef.

Bring, fins/mask/snorkel, and wear something that can get wet!  Sunscreen.  Waterproof Camera optional (make sure I start my video rolling this time).  Fins with an open back and water socks are preferred, as the entry is rocky.  It's best to put the fins on once you're out in the sand... but it's not necessary: just a matter of how ridiculous one looks entering the water.  Make sure the water socks fit in the fins, and that you can strap-on the fins over the booties easily, with your eyes closed.

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