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... or something. We could have burned our hands! And we call ourselves danger seekers, pah!!
We exited the crater floor at the opposite end and there were signs of life and the odd plant or bush poking out of the lava cracks. Amazing that plant life survives after such devastation. ... until we did another walk called the Devastation Trail which started promising but soon became a wasteland ...
... eight more shots, mainly from our stay in Honolulu. The first is the view from our hotel, the second Waikiki Beach with Diamond Head in the distance. The third picture is a quick shot of Downtown Honolulu at night, the fourth from the gardens at the Dole Pineapple Plantation on the northern end of Oahu. The shot after that is from the summit of Diamond Head, taken after Dad and I walked up ...
... she hadn't even bothered to zip hers up! The hot guy and his friend had left just before us, so we decided to pick up the pace a bit, though our stalking capabilities failed on this occasion and we lost them. Damn it!
We'd planned to have Thai for dinner, and hoped somewhere would do takeaway, as we were looking forward to drying off and curling up in our lovely apartment. Back ...
... beautiful arrangement to take back to our stateroom. I was knocked over with the price of $6. It could have easily sold for thirty dollars at Safeway. After a short uneventful search to visit our n ephew, Kevin Strange, we returned our car and on our way the rains returned. IT was time to return to our floating home.
It was a wonderful day and a grand adventure. As I write this we are on our approach to our tender port of call; Lahaina, Maui.
... the devastation.
Next stop is back to Volcano NP to drive down the crater rim road to the sea. This is where the lava, when flowing, reaches the sea. No lava is currently flowing into the ocean. What you get to see is the vast amount of lava flow, it is huge. We head back and take a walk through a lava tube before calling it a day. Tomorrow its a short flight back to Honolulu where will will spend a week, before Shauna goes home. I am not looking forward to that day at all.
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