Bed & Breakfast Mountain View
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Before we leave the Volcano National Park, we want to tackle the Kilauea Iki trail. This is a 4 mile loop walk that climbs down into the crater caused by an eruption in 1959, walks across the now solid lava lake and climbs out again. It is just our sort of thing but we know we need to do it early otherwise it will be too exposed - there is no shade on the canyon floor. We are on our way by 6.30 am and the plan is to get back ...
... fact it is only 79 degrees does not make us run for our coats. It still seems pretty hot, especially for walking. The plan today is to go around the various features and viewpoints in the park. Fortunately my knee is OK- just a bit stiff. Ordinarily, the park has two main routes: Crater Rim Drive which, as you might expect, goes around the rim of Kileauea ( or would ...
... It's been many years since I first met Dave's sister's family. Of course since then, the kids have grown and there have been a few little additions. Needless to say, we had a lot to catch up on in their huge house just outside of Mountain View, close to Hilo. Eva is now 5 years old and has a beautiful voice, curly brown hair, and a personality that, no doubt, will land her her dream job as a dancing rock star. Little Eden, 4yrs, in her yellow sunflower dresses with ...
... beach, but we sadly had to pass them by. Lunch was at the recommended Punalu'u Bake Shop for a seafood sandwich to share, and a Lilikoi Doughnut for me and a Blieberry and cream cheese slice for Carol. We did stop at Waipouli bay for a snapshot, before going on to the Volcano Centre to find out the current situation regarding activity. Sadly there are no flows into the sea (Some people have all the luck - don't you Natalie & John?). ...
... gone through the cloud cover, which was visible below us to our right. We thought we'd be in the clear to go all the way to the summit but when our tour guide arrived in his 4-wheel drive van, we found out that winds at the summit were 80 miles per hour, with wind gusts up to 100. So, we only made it to the Visitor Information Station together, which was 6 miles up the mountain from where we'd met up with the tour group. Even here it was cold and windy, ...