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... took us through Macadamia nut groves, rain forests, beef cow
pastures where we had to stop for a mama and baby in the road, all while providing magnificent views of the ocean. The couple in front of us complained at one point that they got wet but James had lots of fun getting us dirty.
Would you be the type to go all out and cover yourselves in mud, or take it slow and easy and keep your clothes sparkling clean?
... jumping into the surging waters abou 30 to 40 feet below (and quite a few of them not in the first flush of youth!). I couldn't bear to watch them but ken found himself a prime spot to watch them. we then returned to volcano national park where we had stayed on Sunday and had a late afternoon hike around the crater rim and through the steam vents and sulphur bluffs. We then had dinner at volcano house (delicious lobster and crab cakes followe by the best cheesecake ...
... of Australia winning the third test and reclaiming the Ashes. I had the commentary from cricinfo.com running on my phone and Nathan Lyon had just got Graeme Swann out (caught by Steve Smith) making England 8/347... only two wickets from regaining the Urn.
The waitress could sense our excitement as she was taking our order... probably mainly because I exclaimed GOOOONE! followed by Zac cheering, right in the middle of Sal saying "I think we'll have the chicken pizza ...
... you very close to the volcano. However since the volcano is an active one,therefore govt does not take responsibility should there be any casualties.
I would just recommend to do the hiking around the trail and you will get to see a close enough view of the volcano and its craters.
2 days is good enough for Big Islands, coz there isn't much to see other than the ...
... crystal clear, non-windy day. Shaka!
After that, we went to Wailua Falls. We had been told that there would be Do Not Enter signs, but that we should enter and go down the steep mountain to the bottom of the fall. Of course when we get there, there was no one down there and we weren't sure what to do. We overhead another couple ...