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Heading north first sent us to an area where flower power is well and truly still alive and kicking. We took a stop at Hawi which is where the children of the revolution have settled down happily. You see yoga, massage and peace signs on the way into the town, then we just happened to arrive on a Saturday when they have their weekly market in a field just up form the Main Street underneath some beautiful big banyan trees. We wandered from stall to ...
... is the spot where the youngest lava on the island is accessible - the flow from 2003 into the ocean completely overtook the road - nature wins! The whole day was just hard to fathom that the whole island has come from volcanic eruptions. And all the Hawaiian Islands for that matter, as the plates gradually drift northward away from the molten 'hot spot'. And the next island is already close to ...
... wrong could I be !! We kept going.
The gardens were called Queen Lil’uokalani Gardens and if I get back to Hilo again, I would visit there !
We made a right hand turn onto the main road, past the festivities and craft market which I couldn’t see as they were set a fair way back and past more gardens with a statue of King Kameheameha.
We drove past the “uptown” ...
... Local guys were fishing with VERY long fishing lines. Then onto Green Sand Beach, a beautiful looking beach in the distance. We chose not to hop into a 4x4 owned by squatters to take us there. We were amused by the two roosters who jumped into the open trunk of the car in front of us. The owners had no clue. Then off to bakery for a sandwich in Naalehu and then to Black Sands Beach. Very pretty with ...
... of the world and the experiences I had at vipassana, I was getting a little agitated and realised that I needed another adventure and so a friend and I set off to the other side of the island for a few days. Little did we know that we would spend the next 2 weeks travelling around the entire island with some friends she knew, selling coconuts, living on beaches, showering in outdoor showers whenever possible and seeing a way of life that to me was new ...