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... airplane tonight.
We had breakfast at the Lava Rock. I had Sweet Bread French Toast and Erwin had a Omelet.
After we had enough to last for the rest of the day, we headed to the south. Our last destination in Hawaii was going to be South Point and Papakolea Beach, also known as the Green Sand Beach.
It was a long way to drive, but it was on the way to the airport, so it kind of fit in our schedule.
We didn't have to be at ...
... by. When they got stopped behind a bus and I caught up to them, I did not hesitate to take the rare opportunity to get to actually talk to the source of harrassment. As politely as I could muster, I informed them that cyclists are supposed to ride on the road and not the sidewalk, which was quite crowded with pedestrians. One woman responded that we should at least ride down the center stripes so she didn't have to go into the oncoming lane to pass us. The other ...
... we search for a recommended lunch place: Punalu'u Bake Shop. Strangely, it's not located in Punalu'u but in Na'alehu. Still, we are glad to have found it because every sandwich is served on Hawaiian sweet bread, which is practically a pastry in its own right. The wonderful smell of baking bread fills the air. Hot ...
... it to Waipi'o Valley, Hilo and a couple caves, Black Sand Beach, South Point and Green Sand Beach, Pahoe Beach, and of course the cave under this neighborhood.
Yes, only going to this Island.
Yes, I've given up on visiting south america. By how much stress I was having trying to plan the perfect trip, it was not something I was actually looking forward to anymore. pfft. I'm going caving :)
... centre. It was still impressive, as the smoking crater sits inside a much larger crater, the floor of which is a vast, flat plain of lava.
After walking around a little bit, and taking pictures of the steam rising from holes in the ground, we drove down to the Thurston Lava Tube. After walking through a forest that made me imagine I was back in the late Cretaceous, we stepped into the dark lava tube itself. It was damp and cool, and a ...