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... flowing lava. We went on a short walk to get to the tube which we then walked through. From there we hiked a short distance to the Kilauea Iki Crater. The views were spectacular. Being that close to a active volcano was a pretty neat experience to say the least. Recently lava has been threatening towns of the east coast of the Big Island as a new lava flow is making it's way down the mountain.
After a few hours in the park we went to the Big Islands only winery. ...
... amazing strangers who become friends for the day and friends for the day who become friends for life in the astounding and incredible travel community which I have spent the past year of my life in, all around the world. I still carry the excitement like a child at Christmas to appreciate what I have learned and loved here but to move on to the next place and the next part of the story.
There would have been no better way to finish my time in Hawaii than to sit my ...
... spot the people in the photos that were taken from the top in the rainforest looking down into the crater.
Along the way we met people from all over the world – even a fellow Cornellian who had a unique take on the world and a German couple who at a much younger age than ...
... farm and buy super sweet pineapples and bananas. The girl on the stand has recently moved there after backpacking around Asia by herself. She is as sweet and gorgeous as the fruit we have bought. Jen tries tree tomatoes (we think it’s Tamarillo?) and breaks out in a rash – a recent allergy has arisen where anything tomato-like welts up her skin. Well, at least we think it's tomato...it could just be me.
We keep climbing in the patchy rain to the ...
... and look out over the caldera. We kept making our way down (total elevation change is 400 ft) and soon found ourselves at the bottom. At first, the lava was very rough and difficult to walk on but very soon we were on the lava lake floor and the trail became quite smooth and easy to walk on. We walked near the Pu'u Pua'i Cinder Cone area where the eruption in 1959 actually occurred. Standing right next to this mouth really made ...