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... and so we trade whales for cows. Richard, the owner of the property has left a box of treats for them in the garage. It must be like candy to them because their ears perk up as I talk to them about how I’m going to get them a treat, their eyes are following me into the garage and then they move their snouts towards the fence as I approach. Yum!
... it was evident really fast that this was a budget tour that's why it was cheap,we only had a very short time at each place but that was ok but van was a bit ****** too, had enough time for some pics at each place then moving on,we went to the orchard farm next,that was pretty but I wouldn't have chose it as a must do, then onto volcanoes national park were we saw the crater. ( a hole in the ground with smoke) very boring,no action at all,saw steam vents ( boring!!) jaeger ...
... cliff plates breaking off or have been seriously burnt from waves splashing them so it's no wonder you need to be cautious.
We spent over half an hour going up and down watching in amazement as it got darker and darker so the lava looked more and more bright orange. It was magical. With all the bobbing around, Matt was finally doing his usual trick of feeling very seasick. As he quickly stuck his head over the edge we started to head back so that made him feel a ...
... people were getting to see the lava coming up along with the smoke :)
Our hike out was mostly uneventful, through the trees and mainly downhill. Some lava flows covered with reticulite though which was very cool :)
Close to Chain of Craters road we came across some old sections of road partly covered in lava!! It was very cool post-apacylptic -but in a way reminded me of Uranium City!!
When we ...
... that I didn't want to be in just because I needed to get somewhere. I have had my first ever hitch-hiking experiences; both as a hitcher and a rescuer and had very interesting conversations with a one-legged travelling man, a huge-bellied American tourist and a drunk Mexican (thankfully I was driving him.)
On the subject of Hawaiian culture, it feels a little dwarfed by US customs. Of course, for Americans visiting here, it ...