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We stayed in kona and had a rental car. We circled the island , it took all day. We saw the waipio valley, we hiked to akaka falls then drove down to Hawaii volcanoes national park. We went inside a lava tube, drove and saw the lava fields and old craters. Then ...
And so the day goes in different areas of the park. Where the lava field has added land to the island, we see the ocean crashing waves against the cliffs. We follow Warren as he once again takes off into a lava field with us following a short distance behind and we see a sign that the fishing here is reserved only for native Hawaiian residents of the Kalapana area. ...
... to get so near them (so beautiful I forgot about the pain in my nose!)... It was an experience I'll never forget.
Another highlight of the time off, was the weekend of retirement celebrations for Kalani's founder, Richard Koob, and the first ever gay pride parade in the city of Hilo, in which Kalani was instrumental in setting up. The often rainy city of Hilo cooperated with the weather (it was a scorching ...
... your typical sunset. There were many clouds and fog which moved in front of and away from the sun very quickly. The sun would be very brilliant and clear, and then the next moment it would be gone just illuminating the clouds in front of it. This continued for the whole sunset making for a very unique, but still beautiful, sunset.
We then started the drive back down the mountain. Once we got below some of the fog we ...
... is our first stop of the day....and what an adventure it would become. Going to the green beach requires a 4x4 vehicle. No problem....we had one of those. Our rental contract of course told us that we were not allowed to visit Mauna Kea and the green beach but we are basically taking the chance an ignoring the agreement we signed. I had heard that there would be men in vehicles who would drive tourist to the unknown beach for $20 each way but we decided that we would ...