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Whale Watching in Hawaii

A whale of a tail.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Some months ago, my friend Jen asked me if I wanted to come to Hawaii with her for her 30th birthday. Considering the fact that my birthday just happens to be the day after hers that meant that I too would then be spending my birthday in Hawaii. How could I say no to that?

We spent the day of Jen’s Big Island birthday on a whale watching tour, spotting many a whale off in the distance, splashing around. We couldn’t get too close, because that is illegal. And, you know, dangerous. So my pictures are pretty bad (because I still don’t travel with a zoom lens). But if you squint you can kind of see a tail in some of them. Maybe.

I learned from the fun facts from our captain that I travel like a whale: alone, unless I’m looking to mate.

Of course, that didn’t apply to this trip. Because I totally wasn’t looking to mate with Jen and Andrew. Just sayin.


Anyways.

Happy birthday Jen!

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

Whale watching in Kona on the Big Island in Hawaii.

(p.s. I had never gone on a whale watching tour before but I had been on a dolphin watching tour in Bali!)

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