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... like an organ to get everyone to clap along and start a chant. Then of course the kiss cam (which didn't find us), a dance cam, the song played at the bottom of the 7th inning, and we saw two home runs, one of them a splash hit! AT&T stadium is build right on the water and one hit went all the way into the drink, where two kayakers fought it out to collect the ball. Crazy people, it was so cold! Definitely glad we ...
... waterfalls and other interesting areas! By far one of the coolest things I have ever done! We drove to Volcano National Park after the helicopter tour. It was interesting to see the history behind some of the eruptions. We went to the Jagger Museum on the park. It has a look out point where you can see steam vents and the big crater. Also had examples of different types of lava flows and rocks. It was interesting, but somewhat anticlimactic after our helicopter ...
... out to be miles and miles of an extremely narrow, tremendously windy, and increasingly rough one lane road with no room to pass oncoming traffic - which we had to do a few times. I made the comment that this would be dodgy at night, and particularly in the rain. We managed to crawl to the top about 30 minutes after sunset, just as the torrential rain came back. It took an hour to crawl back down.
Thai again for tea... slept ...
... pretty educational and a bit fun. We left early so Chris could compete in golf chipping. We then enjoyed dinner and went to a Back to Broadway show. I was excited cause I love Broadway, even though I assumed they would do mostly older songs. They did but they also threw in a few new ones, like from Wicked. It was a fairly good show and entertaining.
We went to ...
... to show how much lava actually does move about to create this very unique island.
Next we headed over to the volcano itself to see it close up and have a quick look in the museum. Although we had to stay quite a distance back, it was still amazing to see an actual active volcano. There isn't really much to see as it's just a huge crater with smoke billowing out of it, but it just felt strange knowing what was actually going on inside the crater and that it's got ...