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... was so fascinating.
Called into the Volcano Winery on the way home, it is just around the corner from us. Bought a bottle of Pinot Noir.
We have just come home for a late lunch at 3pm and will be going back later when it gets dark to see if we can view the glowing lava pools. I will hopefully be able to put ...
... direction we headed anyway.
As we started to head inland and towards the other coast, you could see a change in the scenery. The side we were staying on is mostly volcanic, so unless you're in a resort area that is well-maintained and regularly irrigated, it's completely dry like a desert. However, once you start driving around where you actually get some rain, there are trees and fields for farming. And then, once we were on the Old Mamalohoa ...
The Cliffhouse at Waipi’o Valley
The view if spectacular. Geez, it defies description. No matter what we’re doing, the view is in our peripheral vision – it draws me in, grabs me – We’re both mesmerized.
... curvy road back up to the overlook to enjoy the beautiful views. On our drive home, we stopped at Ken's pancake house for dinner. We ate a local favorite called Loco Moco. (Rice topped with a hamburger patty, egg, and brown gravy). It was interesting, but actually pretty good. Wednesday is pretty much a layover day. We started out by going out to the waters edge by the house to watch and listen to the ...
Then the night time viewing of Kilauea is just amazing. Totally different than during the daytime. After a long day hiking the trails in the park, visiting the artist's community of Volcano Village or experiencing other nearby sights, you can gather at the Lodge, take a dip in the hot tub while star watching, and relax before sinking into your comfortable bed. ...