I walked through the front doors of the hotel, and I stopped dead in my tracks. Instead of the regular lobby I was expecting, I was standing on an open terrace. There were walls behind me, but in front of me was the most beautiful ocean vista I had ever seen.
I had already been on Hawaii’s Big Island for a week at that point. I’d lounged on the black sand of Punaluu Beach (before hiking up to see the active volcano nearby), seen dolphins splashing around Kahaluu Bay while I ate breakfast, been snorkeling around a coral reef filled with tropical fish. In short, I’d seen some truly breathtaking things. So the fact that I could call this one the most beautiful, well, it’s saying something.
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