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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... there are the colorful little birds that wake us up in the morning, but also bring a smile to our faces as they play in the trees, and sit and warble on the rooftops. I especially like the red crested cardinal, whose little "pteew pteew pteew" reminded Brie of the laser-gun sound she made as a little girl, and so is now a sound that reminds me of her. We will also miss the blue, crystal clear water. We are not beach or water people, but we do love to be near it. ...
Today for the first time, I was the first one up. I started coffee and made the fruit salad with some of our fruit - the pineapple in the fruit bowl was ripe and nice and sweet. Kara made our huevos rancheros with our extra salsa so we substituted tortilla chips for toast since the breakfasts the rental was providing were comprised of eggs, coffee or tea, and fruit. The breakfast turned out quite adequate and good!
It wasn't that early by ...
... there we travelled on Crater Rim Drive to the Jaggar Museum to get an up close view of the Halema'uma'u Crater which is an opening in the volcano where lava is boiling and large clouds of steam and clouds of sulfur dioxide gas are spewing out. It was definitely and amazing site!
From there we headed to the Volcano House Hotel for a coffee and another great view of the volcano. Further down the road we visited the Thurston Lava Tube. Created thousands of years ...
We spent most of the morning Sunday getting settled in our new location and talking with Pam and Bill. They have been so accommodating. We have our own room and shower, and they cleaned out a whole refrigerator for us, which we are taking full advantage of. Food storage and prep is an important part of our traveling these days, so we definitely appreciate it. In the afternoon, we all decided ...
On Thursday we crossed the island to the east, from here we drove along the coast on the Mamalahoa Highway from Onmea Bay to Waipio Valley. This stretch of coast is made up of a number of valleys covered in rainforest. On the way we stopped of at one of the islands botanical gardens. Not much else to report but we did take lots of pictures. ...