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... getting pretty hot and muggy. But we went down and like I said, the views were beautiful. Once we were all the way down we entered a forest and that led to a pond of some kind with fresh water. The only thing between the pond and the ocean was a dam of large pebbles. Beyond the dam was the black sand beach.
We walked along the beach and noticed the waves were big and really crashing on the shore. I just don't understand people actually risking swimming ...
... ceiling of the cave at various points and saw deep horizontal cracks. I'm not an expert spelunker, but, it was enough to deter me from going deeper in the cave. The boulders that could fall from those cracks would be unmovable. None of us wanted this kind of risk, so we made our way back to the entrance, getting more pictures along the way.
Back at the condo, Mom had ...
... Now that the personalities and body types were matched up with our horses, we set off to ride into the distance.
In our group of 10, we followed our guides through the forest and farmlands of the Waipi'o valley floor. We learned a lot along the way about the farms and the flora and fauna. We passed the only banyan tree in the valley which maintained one of the most beautiful and maze-like root system that reach out of the tree ...
... tour of the Big Island. Unlike in Iceland, they would be the only cycle-tourers we would meet on our entire trip. After some box scrounging and creative packaging at the post office to mail our camping gear ahead to Maui, we finally set off scratching our heads at how it had come to be early afternoon.
Our riding that day was scenic but generally uneventful. No longer in the rain shadow of the great volcanoes, it finally looked and felt ...
... beach, but the walk back up would have been less pleasant, and we actually had time constraints today. Besides, it was crowded!
We opted to take the road from Hawi through Waimea ... it gains altitude quickly, and cools just as rapidly. The weather changed from hot, dry, and windy, to overcast, misty, and comfortable. In Waimea, we stopped at a collection of shops, where Jean picks up her incense, and where we could grab a sandwich (tasty lunch at the ...
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