At the End of the Road Bed & Breakfast
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... few groceries, we finally made it to Lopakas Lodge, our home away from home for the next 3 days. It was raining off and on when we arrived and the sounds were so relaxing. We settled in and hit the hay around 9 pm (feeling like 3 am to us) with the sounds of nature lulling us to sleep.
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... they think "Dry" "Hot" "Dessert"-- which is fine by me. People can go on thinking just that and I can go on enjoying the most lush, tropical area of the island. Volcano is beautiful; the consistent rainfall leaves everything green and damp. The roadways glisten and driveways have a perfect tread of grass between the tire tracks.
The neighborhoods are comprised of mostly artists homes (think, clean hippies) and lodge/resorts/B&Bs. 1980s homes take on ...
... I should move further away from the visitor center and parking area because departing cars were shedding light in my direction – then it occurred to me that the light was actually giving some interest to the images – so going with that approach, have a look at the night sky images. I was fiddling with the camera when I saw my shadow and the stars – got so excited about the ...
... coasts. We drove to the roads end and looked across the northern face of the isalnd at Pololu valley lookout. We drove up to Wailea and back to Kona.
We spent our last day snorkeling in the area where Captain James Cook was killed and had his flesh stripped from his bones in Feb. 1779. There is some controversy related to wether he was eaten or not. Some say the natives only ate his heart as they thought he was a God, but the crew only managed ...
... route we stopped and I read out the information about what we were actually looking at. The short story of it is as follows... this is the home of Pele, the goddess of volcanoes. In 1959, the volcano erupted with such force it created such a huge amount of lava that it all flowed over the hilltops and filled this valley creating a huge lake of lava. So much lava poured in that it actually filled the valley by 440ft. This went on for 36 days so there are several different ...