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... Smooth flows that looked like they had only hardened yesterday and huge jagged pieces that looked like the scene of what an earthquake might do to a road.
It was amazing to see steam vents everywhere. And when you got close to them, surprise surprise...the steam was REALLY HOT!! I mean they could have put a warning ...
... locals treat visitors like us as very welcome guests. We had a great dinner in a restaurant called Café Pesto. Its main dining room with high ceilings, ceiling fans and a view of the bay can really transport you back to 1912 when the building that houses the restaurant was built. We'll be here for two more days visiting Volcanoes National Park and driving around the island.
... on the way in. Oops, sorry Nessy, you should have gone and held the rock, while I guarded our spot overlooking the crater!
We had planned to stay and watch the sunset there so that we could see the lava 'glow', but it was very overcast and the heavens decided to open. We braved it for a little bit but we were soon getting wet under our thin macs. I mean it's no surprise that Ness ...
... 8221;. The reason I say search is because one can “fly” past these locations, as there are no warning signs as you approach the turnoff road. Thankfully I have a great navigator.
On our return to Hilo, we had some time to spend before returning the car, so we stopped at the local farmers market for a stroll through the stalls that remained. (There are more shops in the earlier hours) The vegetable and flower stalls were still open, so we ...
... dramatic close up footage.
As we are driving out of the park, the queue to come in must be over 2 kilometres long. Thats going to be a long night for them, as parking is a big problem.
What a finish to a great day.
This is our last full day on the Big Island. So we head down to the south coast to see what is left of a town after a lava flow destroyed over 170 homes. This happened about 20 years ago. Some of the pictures of before and after ...