We took over 400 pictures, so narrowing them down to a "reasonable" number for the web was not easy...and I still ended up with quite a few. Therefore, I've broken the honeymoon up into two pages, one for each of the islands we visited.
Hawaiian Honeymoon Videos:
IMPORTANT VIDEO NOTES:
To play the videos, you will need the RealPlayer, which you can obtain for FREE from here: http://www.real.com/freeplayer/?rppr=rnwk. About 1/2 way through the installation, it will ask if you want to setup the Premium or the Basic version. Choose BASIC for the free version.
If you have a broadband internet connection, you can stream the video directly from the web. There are two versions of each video:
one that requires a 256Kbps (minimum) connection, but which provides a smaller and slightly less clear picture
one that requires a 768Kbps (minimum) connection, and provides a larger, clearer picture.
If you have a dial-up internet connection, OR
If you want to save the file to your computer, OR
If you plan to view it multiple times (and wish to save yourself some time and save me some bandwidth usage) you will have to right-click on the download link and "save target as" to save it to your hard disk before playing it.
Stream From Web
(click link below)
Download To HDD
(right-click , then "save target as")
Humpback whales. Some are from a distance,
but one baby was literally no more than 25
feet away from our boat!
Whales256.ram Whales256.rm 9.6 MB 6:00 Whales768.ram Whales768.rm 30.3 MB
Green Sea Turtles. They're kind of shy, and
didn't pop their heads up too much, but here
is some video anyway.
GreenSeaTurtles256.ram GreenSeaTurtles256.rm 2.4 MB 1:28 GreenSeaTurtles768.ram GreenSeaTurtles768.rm 7.4 MB
Spinner Dolphins. There were several pods of
these swimming along side the boat, occasionally
jumping out of the water and doing a spinning flip,
thus their "spinner" name.
SpinnerDolphins256.ram SpinnerDolphins256.rm 1.6 MB 0:58 SpinnerDolphins768.ram SpinnerDolphins768.rm 4.9 MB
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