Hilo Bay B&B
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... We boosted the local economy (which is every tourist's obligation) by buying a few little locally made gifts to bring home, and then basically strolled around switching between loving everything we saw and alternatively wishing we were some place else. The heat & humidity were almost deadly for me today. Not being able to regulate my body temp down a notch, I literally felt like my organs were being stewed in situ, but if I want to enjoy myself I just have to try ...
... left a cinder cone of debris that was 400ft high. After eruption the lava within a crater will sink back down the hole it erupted from, often leaving a jagged 'bath tub ring' of lava round the edge. It started raining towards the end of the walk. After the climb, I asked Carol if she had enjoyed it. Her reply was 'No! It was a bit of a slog'. Next came a drive down Chain of Craters Road, which not surprisingly ...
... and unusual exotic flowers - we were in horticultural heaven!
I just wished we had the panel of Gardener's Question Time with us as we didn't have a clue what we were looking at (apart from the Dwarf Pineapples that were expertly labelled). But it didn't matter, we simply enjoyed exploring and getting lost in this tropical oasis. The gardens then met the Pacific Ocean and we had ...
... through Devastation trail. The name didn’t do it justice. This was proof the volcanoes destroy and create. On one side of the path is where the lava flow was and the other is where the lava had deteriorated to soil. Small plants struggled to sprout through this areas formed by bubbles and the tail of the flow created an alluvial plain where plants were either not consumed or could plant roots. It was awesome.
... s Tours and is $65 for 6 hours. There should be 11 of us but one couple cry off at the last minute because he has a bad back and he thought when he saw the minivan it may be too bumpy. Ricky still charges us the same per head which is more than generous. So we set off early and our first drive by is Banyan Drive where banyan trees have been planted by various dignitaries and celebrities in the past. This leads to Liliuokalani Gardens a Japanese style gardens along ...