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... the crater of Mt Etna which has steep sides and a large central crater. This was flat with a smallish hole which of course makes it easy for the lava to flow over the sides and down to the sea when it does erupt. We visited a couple of steam vents and then had lunch at Volcano House Hotel. Located on the rim of the caldera we should have been able to watch the goings on as we had lunch but unfortunately the cloud returned and it was a whiteout. I was looking forward to ...
... fashion. All this happened in the space of 20 minutes.
We came to Pahoa twice as it was always a good place to eat after snorkelling at the Tide Pools.
These were naturally formed lava pools protected by a reef from the crashing Pacific waves which we were told were fantastic to snorkel in. Only a short drive away from home, we passed densely forested roads, some of which were pretty stinky due to ...
... but acoustically and with a Hawaiian twist. Just perfect! A lot of people in the bar were dancing and it was really cute. They were all old couples and it was just so lovely to watch. I hope my future husband dances with me when we are old lol! We were definitely the youngest people in there by about 10 years. I reckon the average age must have been about 60...it all just added to the fun though. At one point, a man called Steve came over to chat to us. He ...
Today Rooney and John had to check out of their condo by noon so our place became a gathering spot. Everyone felt like one more beach experience so we left to go to lunch at a restaurant called the Pine Tree Cafe. I wish we had discovered this place earlier! It was located in an industrial area along the highway and was a place where local workmen came for lunch. The menu was huge, lots of salads, ...
... in vegetation as we got further into the drive. We started out with the lava fields on both sides of the highway in Kailua. As we drove towards Waimea the landscape turned into grassland. It reminded us of driving through parts of Montana, rolling hills, short grass and cattle roaming the hillsides. Waimea is the central spot for the Parker Ranch which is still in the family name. It began with five cows—brought across the ocean by British Captain George Vancouver ...
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