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... in the photos.
In the afternoon we took an alternative approach to viewing the volcanoes, a doors off helicopter tour! From the air you can see the lava flowing across the island (it's the sliver stuff in the pictures, there was some lava glowing red but I missed it with the camera) and feel the heat coming off it. Because of ...
... the nuts you could want.
Tonight we leave Hilo but are having a big bash on the pool deck and if we get shots of the volcano spilling lava into the sea I will send those out when we get home, hopefully late on the 16th. We have three flights to get home and the potential for many connection problems so we will see what happens. Until then, this is the K & D Blog over and out.
... descent through the rainforest to the shoreline with beautiful views of the bay.
After dinner at the house we drove out to Volcano National Park again to view the glow of lava in the crater from Jaggar Museum. It was an easy drive despite all of the articles online that warned of driving at night on the country road "with no street lights." 10 miles from the park we encountered a heavy fog and we thought we may not be able to see anything.
... caramel sauce.
Dinner over with, we all headed to the Princess Theatre to see a Tribute show called “Walk Like a Man”. To be honest, although the boys could sing, I have seen better tribute groups singing Frankie Vallee songs than this group. It was a pleasant interlude for the most part but that’s all I can say about it.
We went back to the cabin for some R&R after calling into Facets to say Hi to the ...
... altogether) we headed over to see the Thurston Lava Tube. Essentially, this lava tube is a tunnel that was created by lava flow from the volcano more than 500 years ago. Today, lava flows through similar underground tunnels to the ocean. According to the park website, lava has flowed continuously from Kaluaea to the ocean since the 80s. We were just not lucky today. The Thurston tube is very wet and cold, similar to other caves, and was a joy ...