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... silver river of lava and patches of red where it was burning the tree line. Pete hovered over this area for awhile, giving us good views from all angles, then he took us right over the vent itself. No red bubbling lava, but smoking and very cool nonetheless. :D Then Pete took us back over the bay at Hilo, and we saw the waterfalls along the river gorge, the immaculate rows of trees on the macadamia nut farms, and the beautiful vistas of the Hamakua Coast. We saw ...
... a line formed in front of them.
Once we got to downtown Kona, we parked. I told Kara to park far away from where we were going. Not I am not sure why but it worked out OK. We had lunch at a place called Fish Hoppers - the best seafood in Kona. It was OK - I loved the description of my dish - but not as good as Annie's yesterday. I had purple mashed potatoes that were really lovely though.
From Kona, we drove past yesterday's snorkeling spot ...
... with the Stars at Sea" dancing competition. Margaret noticed the dancing lesson in the daily activity flyer, so we decided we'd go learn to waltz. Not knowing exactly what we were getting into, we went to the class and followed the instructors' lead. After the lesson was finished and much to our surprise, they chose four people from the crowd of students to compete in the semi-finals. They chose Margaret and ...
Today's the day we finally go to Hawaii!!!
We're on a non stop flight from JFK to Honolulu, a staggering 11 hours. Then we change planes for our hop over to the Big Island where we'll split the next 7 days between Hilo and Waikoloa.
We decided to try carry on luggage only and as we stood in the terminal looking at other bags we wondered if they were going to be a problem. ...
... paradise. With an abundance of golden beaches, lush valleys with sparkling waterfalls, dense rain forests and pristine seas, the " Valley Isle" is an ideal holiday destination. Maui is home to a hand full of farms and ranches, a dwindling number of sugar plantations and quaint historic towns. Maui is also highlighted by Hawaii's best known dormant volcanoes., Haleakala, which is renowned for its moon-like craters, towering cinder cones and ...