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We checked out of Paniolo Cottage this morning, taking our time to pack, have breakfast and FaceTime family before setting off. It was a lovely clear day, although very windy. We made one last visit to the Volcano national park before leaving the area. We went on the Crater Rim Drive route, as it had been foggy the other day when we tried. The views as expected were great. Lava fields and the coastline from 3000ft or so up. Seeing Kilauea and Mauna ...
... go at them so they start banging the nuts against the tin roof lol! Not so funny when you're trying to sleep though! Anyway, after speaking to the owner brad we decided to have a wonder. We went up to a market about 20 mins drive away (the closest one!) to get some alcohol as Safeway didn't sell it past 11pm so couldn't get any the night before. Then we wondered down to the closest beach which had 'salt and pepper sand' (black and white) and it ...
This is the final entry in our blog. Our vacation in beautiful Hawaii has come to an end. Up at 6:00am to watch our final sunrise, breakfast on the lanai, packing the car and a last minute check to make sure we had all our belongings. Now off to the main entrance to check out of the condo. Once checked out we proceeded to Kona area where we did some last minute gift shopping, walked along the water and then had a long late lunch at Kona Brewing Company. ...
... of silver and white domes was sparkling in the sunlight. We got a quick explantation of which countries are involved in these projects and what special features the various telescopes have. These days though, the scientists that run them don't necessarily have to brave the cold (nearly freezing) to do their stargazing, as everything can be done by computer. The sunset up on the summit was spectacular. The clouds we saw beneath us gave the whole thing ...
... were made with local beef which is rather lean. Oh the burgers and fries were really delicious!! Then Ira and Fran drove to the place where we would board the bus to start the tour.
There were about 14 people in our group - 10 boarded the bus at the station and then we picked up 4 more at the 4 Season Hotel. Our driver and guide was Greg, a very nice man who has been doing this for 13 years. Very knowledgeable and pleasant guy probably in his early 50's. The drive to ...