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Hilo is an interesting place because it's so close to the Volcanoes National Park. The volcano isn't spewing fire and brimstone at the moment but we did see molten lava from a helicopter with no doors. Yes, we did and it was amazing. A little scary but it gave us a great view of the only current activity on the ...
... of rainfall on this side of the island there is also a vast amount of rainforest and waterfalls. The view from the air is pretty spectacular, I did not do it justice with the camera but it was pretty windy up there and according the the safety talk dropping anything out the helicopter is not a good idea!
... very dark at the museum, the lights are very dim. Maybe its a Hawaii thing because all of the street lights are dim as well. We were able to see some glow, although you could tell it was muted by the fog. It was a cool sight - a long ride for such a short visit though.
The drive home to Hilo wasn't bad and it was an early night for us again.
I'd love to hear your stories of your favorite vacations, tell me all about it in the comment section.
The Big Island - March 2014
Created by the active flow of lava from an underground volcano and predominantly inhabited by Polynesians who followed the migration of birds to discover the islands, Hawaii is a place like no other. Deep in the Pacific Ocean and miles away from any mainland, this astounding archipelago is the only place on the planet that continues to geologically grow each day. I am located on the youngest of the eight islands and the island ...
... after the 2 mile hike back up the mountain from the lava lake. I didn't get any good photos of the tube because of the nature of the area. Anyone whose been inside a cave will understand. It's not a very photogenic place once you are out of the realm of natural light.
Our last stop in the volcano park was at the Volcano House where we enjoyed lunch overlooking the caldera. Definitely a unique experience and I would recommend ...
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