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... amazing strangers who become friends for the day and friends for the day who become friends for life in the astounding and incredible travel community which I have spent the past year of my life in, all around the world. I still carry the excitement like a child at Christmas to appreciate what I have learned and loved here but to move on to the next place and the next part of the story.
There would have been no better way to finish my time in Hawaii than to sit my ...
... waterfalls and other interesting areas! By far one of the coolest things I have ever done! We drove to Volcano National Park after the helicopter tour. It was interesting to see the history behind some of the eruptions. We went to the Jagger Museum on the park. It has a look out point where you can see steam vents and the big crater. Also had examples of different types of lava flows and rocks. It was interesting, but somewhat anticlimactic after our helicopter ...
... pools for sunrise.
The concept of a natural steam vent is in its name. The steam vent is a cave which is heated by underground lava tubes. You crawl in through a tiny whole and sit there while the steam emanates out of the rocks to cleanse your skin and clear your mind. Exactly how you would be in a sauna, except in a cave.
The Native American sweat lodge is a tradition that is carried out in Hawaii. You sit on the floor outside in a ...
... still dark out, and all you could see was the glow of the lights from peoples windows. The sun then started to start rising and the sky was an orange pink color and it was amazing! Hilo was to the front of the ship and the sun rise was to the left, and we were standing on the front left of the ship, we had the most beautiful view!! We all crowded and took pictures while the kids on board who played ukulele were playing songs (so appropriate for the situation lol) and ...
... rushed down the slopes and added land to the island of Hawaii. Our visit to Hawaii is part geology and science lessons and another part fun and exploration. To do this we are joining Kathlyn of Kula Kai Caverns, for a several hour spelunking expedition in a lava tube 50-60 feet underground. We’ll be exploring a small section of this 39 plus miles of the lava tube. What’s a lava tube? They ...
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