Hilo Oceanfront Bed and Breakfast
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... the show, a very capable and funny comedian and then Cathy retreated to the room while I joined a group of 25 fellow members of ‘Cruise Critic’ for an evening of fun and profit at the ***** table. We all pitched in $15 and then rolled the dice like crazy. Each of us ended up with $11...a loss, but not an unreasonable price for an hour or so of cheering and socializing.
... you know what we're like... danger seekers!
Oh well, we would have to settle for cooled down black lava rock instead and there's lots of it. Our first stop was Lava Tree Park which has preserved lava moulds of tree trunks when a lava flow swept through the area in 1790. Amazing that the moulds have lasted for more than 200 years - pretty cool.
Next we decided to do the Kilauea Iki ...
... seen, coming out of the crater. Shortly after it was joined by a second one and we experienced our first ever DOUBLE RAINBOW.
One of the park rangers was holding rock from the active crater, which geologists had brought back with them that morning. A few women were snatching at it impatiently, almost breaking bits off. Once they'd gone, one of the guys stood next to me commented ...
... were surprised that there was so little parking at this popular place, but we were able to squeak into one remaining spot at the overlook. The road does continue down into the Valley; however it requires a four-wheel drive vehicle since the road is so steep. Our “magic carpet” was not designed for that trip.
By now it was close to lunch time so we decided to work our way back to a small village that we had passed through on our way to the ...
... midday and i am waiting as she arrives. Shauna tells me that there were up to one hundred dolphins swimming close by. The visibility under water was very clear, so she managed to get lots of footage on the gopro. She also tells me that the water depth was over 30 metres, which is way to deep for me, so i am glad i didnt go.
The drive back to Hilo takes a few hours and we put the feet up and do some relaxing before heading back to Volcano NP to see the activity in the ...
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