At the Beach with Friends Bed & Breakfast
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... tribes were sent up. Each group had a stretch of land from the highest elevation down to sea level in order to have all the resources that they needed. There are still Hawaiians who use the land of their ancestors for rituals, etc. In order to be respectful of their traditions, public access is granted to all beaches. We saw many, many species while snorkeling. The one I was most excited about was the Hawaiian State Fish. In Hawaiian, it's name ...
... lava tubes” made when the cooled exterior of flowing lava hardens to form a tube and when the lava flow stops, a large tunnel is left behind.
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... waterfalls, and ocean vistas. When we were there we got a call from Pam and Bill about going to the movie, so we made our way back to Hilo and saw a movie with Bill Murray called St. Vincent. We really enjoyed it -- it was touching and it made all of us cry! Back to Pam and Bill's we had some more of our soup and fell sleep on the couch watching TV (Man from U. N. C. L. E. reruns) with Pam and ...
... that separately today. After a shower we went out to have some cocktails. Andrew ripped the movie that I took today onto his tablet ready for use again tomorrow when we go snorkelling. We went to the rear of the boat on level 11 and I had three Blue Lagoons. They were really nice, they had white grapefruit juice and orange juice rather than lemonade. The boat moved away from docking and we had a spectacular view of the sun going down very quickly as well as the light ...
... cooled. The digital readout on the dashboard when from 100f down to 50f. I forget what that is in Celsius but it's a steep drop that's for sure. It made hiking to volcanic crater much more bearable.
We had about 3 hours until sunset so the best way to use the time was to hike the lava field. Makes sense right? Not to worry, it erupted in1959 and took 36 years to cool down. It's the only place on earth you can stand on a lava field, but according to ...