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... that was todays catch. Went to a nice open restaurant called Pinapples. Had a great coconut pie that was made by a local person. She wasn't able to make it until this week since she was without power since the hurricane. Deliscious! We made it back to the ship before they started calling names of people that haven't returned. Pictures of a surfer beach, a park, Mary and Gary, Gary and I with my new ...
... realising the rocks are covered in sea urchins!
After snorkelling we drove over to the other side of the island to visit the rain forest and various waterfalls. Whilst walking through the state park I thought I was very appropriately humming the Jurassic Park theme tune, it wasn't until half and hour later I realised it was in fact Indiana Jones. ...
Day 7: The Big Island, Hawaii. We had signed up for a tour to Volcanoes National Park, established in 1916 as the 11th national park it encompasses two major volcanoes, Mauna Loa which is considered dormant but is also considered the world's largest mountain since it rises 57,000 ft. from the ocean floor, and Kilauea which is the world’s largest active volcano. We visited a museum on ...
... now – before going to Ross’s and then back to Hilo Hattie’s for the shuttle back to the ship.
By then it was after 4pm and we were dog-tired when we got on board, not to mention hungry. We hightailed it to the International Café, got two Flat Whites and a sandwich each.
Refreshed and replenished, back to our cabin to drop off our goodies, there was a call from Phil and Judy suggesting an early ...
... vents, we continued our way along the Crater Rim to visit the Jaggar Museum, which provides the best view into the caldera. It was pretty awesome to see the continuous smoke rising from the active volcano, but we were a little bit disappointed that there would be no lava flow for us to see.
After taking photos of the caldera and hanging out at the museum for awhile, we decided to follow the trail to the Kilauea Iki Crater, which ...
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