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... still in that section, we got to hike through a cave that was carved out by lava. It was more of a tunnel because we went in one side then out the other. It was magnificent to see how the lava had shaped the inside of this tunnel.
We then headed to an overlook where during the most recent eruption, a literal sea of lava was created and there were waves creeping up embankments. This sight drew crowds from all over the island and police had to be called in to ...
When Lyn and I went on holiday after the last IBCF Regatta in Petersborough, Canada we drove from Philly to Miami. Our rental car had Australian flags on it and we have put some more on our current rental. The flags are great - we don't lose the car, people wave and hoot at lights (friendly like) and best of all other drivers give us leeway. They see we are foreign, on holiday (who else has flags waving), and are aware we ...
... with the Stars at Sea" dancing competition. Margaret noticed the dancing lesson in the daily activity flyer, so we decided we'd go learn to waltz. Not knowing exactly what we were getting into, we went to the class and followed the instructors' lead. After the lesson was finished and much to our surprise, they chose four people from the crowd of students to compete in the semi-finals. They chose Margaret and ...
... with the locals, listing to the guitar playing on an old dude under a tree mostly playing Pink Floyd and songs form Woodstock. We bought an earthy lunch on beans and salad, then I kid you not, I sat an overhead this conversation between an older lady wearing overalls and two intrigued folks wearing modern dress.
'"Hey I'll never forget this day as it was 50 years ago today I saw the Beatles live. That's right in 1964 today I had my mind blown by the ...
... after (in case of tsunami). And that if an alarm rings, abandon everything and run to higher ground because a tsunami IS coming...did I say I was on holidays???
There's a lot to see on this island, like the Volcanoes National Park. But we chose to visit a lava field, enjoy an Hawa´an BBQ, and swim in a lagoon with lots of fish!
We visited the tropical Botanical gardens. Interesting fact about Hawa´an, the soil is so fertile that if you forget to put ...
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