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... one of Kilauea's pit crater's that was last full of molten lava in 1959. It is one of the most popular walks in the national park and takes you pretty close to the bubbling summit and steam vents. The hike starts in lush dense rainforest and descends down onto the crater floor when all of a sudden you feel like you are walking across the moon.
There was a real mixture of lava textures on the ...
... had spotted a small eatery where the locals were eating so we stopped and ordered a light lunch. Barbara also spotted a local grocery that she wanted to visit so we backtracked for a looksee. That and another store satisfied Barbara’s need to purchase postcards and Macadamia nuts and we were soon on our way.
We had decided to visit a Botanical Garden, and a park that featured a spectacular waterfall on our return to Hilo, so that became our next ...
... dramatic close up footage.
As we are driving out of the park, the queue to come in must be over 2 kilometres long. Thats going to be a long night for them, as parking is a big problem.
What a finish to a great day.
This is our last full day on the Big Island. So we head down to the south coast to see what is left of a town after a lava flow destroyed over 170 homes. This happened about 20 years ago. Some of the pictures of before and after ...
... we planned full day. We started in the morning heading north and found lots of interesting stops on our way. First Akaka falls - would be more suggestible during rainy season, however it was gorgeous waterfall, a bit tiny however above 440m running down from cliff. Next stop - Train museum.I would say that this stop gave us a lot of history, actually 95%25 of museum staff was donated by locals - pictures, found items etc, You can see a great part on history, how trains were used ...
... for us. It was an absolute breathtaking view and photos really didn't do it justice (however, I still attempted). We were then instructed to keep walking to the right and about a mile down the path we would come across the museum. However, this mile was not only uphill, but the view was spectacular the whole way. I kept having to pull over and take pictures but alas, there was fog caused by the steam so the photos are not spectacular. After a while I realized that I ...
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