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... beautiful and the plants were amazing, again the scale was difficult to capture on camera as was the beauty but we tried. After a lovely walk around the gardens including more waterfalls and views of the ocean we decided that the tropical rain forest was a bit too hot for us and headed back to our B and B for our last evening.
It was great to see the other side to Big Island we now head to the significantly more inert island of Maui.
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... true as the lava he was standing on was formed one year before he was born. The girls thought this was quite fun teasing.
The switchbacks on the way back up were easier than the steps at the beginning of the hike but definitely took some work and we with the warm weather (and humidity) increasing, we were fairly tired by the time we reached the end of the hike.
We had planned to do the Thurston Lava Tube today ...
... the lava was so intense it melted all of the marshmallows together inside the bag while they were still in my dad's backpack, but we were able to pull off a piece, put it on our sticks, and roast it over the lava. Lava-roasted marshmallows are good! We offered one to our guide, but he said if we were really staying out here three days, he would rather save the food.
Next, the whisks. The owner of our hotel in Hilo had showed us her ...
... Dancing, Computer lab, Pool/whirlpool, Sunbathing or “Special Event.”
They have discontinued the long-standing Cunard tradition of having two jigsaw puzzles out for people to collectively complete on their way to the dining room for dinner. This is due to the fact that it would be an obvious transfer point for the virus. Also gone are all table games such as
Scrabble or Backgammon and they have collected the magazines from the library ...
... in typical American fashion, there were two armed park rangers standing outside the information center*.
The caldera is huge and impressive. There’s a fissure in it which releases a constant cloud of sulphuric acid causing acid rain in the immediate vicinity and “vog” (volcanic organic gases) into the area. As a result, nothing grows for a few miles downwind of the caldera, and the town of Kailua, at the base of the volcano, has the ...