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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 ...
... the smoking crater within it is about half a mile across. We watched a film of the 1959 eruption of Kilauea Iki Crater (apparently not big enough to be a caldera) and Iki means Little in Hawaiian. We took advantage of a 4mile guided hike into the crater to walk across it. First was a descent of 400ft to the crater floor, then a hike across the floor to the sink hole (point of eruption ) the eruption went 1900ft into the ...
... park and being well and truly lava'ed out (is that a word?) we took a drive up the north coast of the Big Island to see an entirely different landscape - lush green tropical rainforest. We hadn't long left Hilo, when all of a sudden the heaven's opened and it rained like cats and dogs. Ah so that's why it's so tropical up here!
The clouds descended creating a misty fog which blocked our view ...
Today we are traveling to Hawai'I Volcanoes State Park.
Nature is beautiful and fearsome. These islands were, and still are being, created by volcanoes. As they move over a "hot spot" in the earth’s mantle, lava rises and the island appears. Evidence is everywhere from the steep peaks, ridges, red earth and black rock. At this time the big island, Hawaii, is still suffering growing pains. We’re going to ...
... To keep a long story short, we then travelled south to visit Akaka Falls and Rainbow Fall, both very picturesque tropical area...lots of water and also lots of rain. Our fellow passengers from Dublin called it 'a soft day'. Back across Saddle Road, where we missed seeing Maunakea Volcano because of the low cloud and rain, we arrived to a very wet Kona..I think they had a great deal of their yearly rain today...no lounging on the beach for tea!.....a long but very enjoyable ...
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