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Today we hiked through the Kilauea Ike (Ike meaning small) crater. We went around the ridge, hiked down through the lava lake, and back up the side. Sadly, I fell down for the first time this hike, but luckily made it out with just a scraped knee. The lava lake was really cool. The ground was really broken up. It took 27 years for it to completely cool. The hike wasn't nearly as hard as the last one, and the cold wind was a blessing when the sun was beating down on the ...
... for Monday! Actually driving around north and the to Mauna Kea could good option as elevation change during trip is up to 3500ft and that helps to acclimatise before heading to 13000ft. And You know, it opened on Monday, and we got opportunity to drive up. Knowing that took in our car rental Jeep, Wrangler,4x4 , so we again overcame rental agreement, but as 4x4 & low gear we acceptable, we did it! We highly recommend to drive up in early morning e.g. 8-00am, it is good that no one ...
... It was late afternoon now and we needed some dinner so we drove a fair way from the cottage to find a decently priced supermarket as is normal here!! And got back and Doug cooked us a spaghetti bolognaise yum!! We then checked the webcam and it seemed the weather was behaving so we went to the jaggar museum viewing platform and watched the glow of the Kilauea vent :) so amazing!! We then made our way back, had a few drinks in the hot tub and relaxed :) wooooop ...
... only Hawaiian brewery that we were able to visit on our trip, so we were pretty excited to see that it was open and where it was supposed to be (a detour from our experiences in Honolulu). While the brewery has a long history, its current iteration has not been operating for long. We enjoyed a few free samples from Mehana and Hawai'i Nui (the two have merged, but maintain their separate names) and then began our trip back to the airport. We ...
After the gardens, we headed into Hilo, a decently-sized city for lunch. We weren't exactly sure where we should stop for lunch, or where we should even head in the city to find something to eat. Once again, thankfully Zach had his phone available, so he checked out restaurants close-by. We finally decided on a place called Pineapples. I mean, that's pretty fitting, right? It was an open restaurant, so you could enjoy the fresh sea air, and they even ...