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The day after my birthday I embarked on another pieceof scenic driving this time along the Southern end of Hawai'i, to Volcanoes National Park, where I joined a bicycle tour through the park led by a chipper geologist. The scenery was once again incredible. Some of the volcanoes that make up the Island of Hawai'i are still very much ...
... of land covered with vegetation. It’s hard to imagine why people live here now and even harder to imagine why in earlier times the Hawaiians lived in this region when there are more hospitable places on the island.
We’re here today, to see how these early Hawaiians gathered water to live and to learn how the rivers of molten magma from the earth, flowing at a rate of 35 or so miles ...
... very ample and no doubt goes straight onto my ever increasing waistline, American style.
J-she and I cruise up to Honoli’i surf park just on dusk. It’s just of out of town on a rocky beach and heaps of locals are ripping it up at the only surf spot in Hilo. Yay. I’m a practicing ‘land-shark’- someone who watches surfing but never goes in themselves.
We had planned to go see ‘the glow’ of ...
... viewing area. I was surprised at how high above the ocean we were (maybe 50 ft?) There was a wonderful arch that you could see when looking over the overlook wall. It was beautiful with the waves crashing through it.
We finally started our drive back up the Chain of Craters Road. We considered hiking the Petroglyph Trail but it was so hot and we were pretty tired and also ready for dinner (since we hadn't eaten lunch).
... the lava was so intense it melted all of the marshmallows together inside the bag while they were still in my dad's backpack, but we were able to pull off a piece, put it on our sticks, and roast it over the lava. Lava-roasted marshmallows are good! We offered one to our guide, but he said if we were really staying out here three days, he would rather save the food.
Next, the whisks. The owner of our hotel in Hilo had showed us her ...