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... on all the internal walls. Took a few photos then drove back to our accommodation through the rain. In Kona, although cloudy, it hadn’t rained and felt lovely and warm. Had a shower and a couple of G & T’s prior to heading off for dinner. We were both really hungry so enjoyed our meal. And now the fun time is drawing to a close as we have to prepare to move on tomorrow to our final destination before returning to the good old UK. San Francisco here we come!! ...
... our friends Angela and Andrea we hiked the Kilauea Iki Trail which took us down through lush rain forest to the solid Kilauea Iki crater lava lake. We walked across the crater thankful for the cooling rain and occasionally surprised by steam escaping from cracks and crevices in the crater floor. The contrast of lush rain forest with barren fields of lava rock that I’ve described earlier is especially stark here.
... to purchase a whole Greek pizza at the fair, so we all waited for that to be made and baked, then walked back to the house for lunch. Very tasty pizza, so fresh.
After lunch, we decided to visit the Volcanoes National Park. Our first stop was the Visitor’s Center. Josie already had her Junior Ranger book, so we just took a quick look around, determining where we could see the lava flows. There were two areas for viewing, so ...
... until 7 pm, so we had plenty of time.
At Ka Lae, also called South Point, the most southern spot of the United States, the view was beautiful. The waves were really crashing on the shore.
A little bit of information about the place:
"Ka Lae is the site of one of the earliest Hawaiian settlements, and it has one of the longest archaeological records on the islands. It is generally thought that this is where the ...
... knew where we were going.
"We're hiking to see lava" I told him.
"You're not going to make it out there today," he replied. "There's not enough time."
That was at 10:30am... I could tell he was judging us by our touristy apparel. Little did he know that we came prepared with water, food, flashlights, and hiking gear. Onward.
We made our way down the road through the seemingly endless fields of lava rock formed ...