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... they are, by the time we drove back around the volcano after our visit to Hilo, the rain was pouring and all of Mauna Kea was so socked-in you couldn't even tell there was a mountain there! How fortunate we were to have caught this one glorious moment in time!
Other highlights of the trip included trips to the beach and pool, an outing to Volcanoes National Park (no molten lava ...
... ever tasted Kona coffee on a chocolate base.As we ate dinner the sky darkened and we were once again treated to the sight of the red fiery crater.
Tomorrow. Is our last day in Hawaii -we have much preferred the big island to Maui and have had a great time this week.
the hawaiin place names have been challenging , there are only 8 consonants (H K L M N P W ' ) and the usual vowels . Nearly every place name starts with a K followed by an assortment of ...
... just for the slide) because the skin contact on the slide makes you go faster. He loved it and then starting telling anyone who would listen. Pretty soon, all the kids had taken off their shirts and the rides were faster, which meant the lines were quicker, and this led to more rides. Bonus :)
Zac continued to slide, and slide, and slide, and of course that meant running up stairs in between. While he remained active, we sat on deck chairs and did a little bit less than not ...
... 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 ...
... were high, so it took me a while to get back up to the parking lot.
There was another trail along the way back, the Puukohola Heiau Trail. This was more of an historical trail.
The trail begins at the visitor center and leads to Puʻukoholā Heiau,"Temple on the Hill of the Whale". You're not allowed to go into it, since there are believed to still be bones buried in the site. About 170 feet west of Puʻukoholā is the ruin ...
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