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We had a busy day today.
We woke early this morning as the sun was rising. It rained off and on throughout the night but had pretty much stopped by morning. We couldn't actually see the sunrise through the clouds though.
The hostess, Bev, is wonderful and very friendly. She greeted us with leis and hugs as if we're family an then showed us around our apartment and pointed out all of the important amenities.
We got our first good look at our Lodge today. We ...
... caused us to miss lunch back on the ship, so we made the most of it.
I believe the Kilauea Caldera volcano crater we visited was about 4,000 feet in elevation and the humidity was extremely high so it was a challenge for me to treck up the steep paths and steps, but I made it. We even walked through a lava tube!
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... effect of, “We’re the last ones out here – make sure we get back alright?” to which Ted answered, “Yeah sure, we’ll wait for you”. I remember looking back once after we passed the couple and seeing them not too far behind us, but when we got back to the car less than ten minutes later and looked back, we couldn’t see them at all! There are no big trees on lava fields and you can see out for ...
... was available was very expensive, so we had stocked up in Kona. Next to the Long’s was the post office, so we stopped in there. We had decided to ship back the gourds and horns that the kids made at the Refuge Cultural Festival. Additionally, Mac was keen to ship back his rocket, fearful that it would not pass through airport security. We also shipped some souvenirs and Cheryl’s fabric. It was a bit of a chaotic mess. We ...
... true as the lava he was standing on was formed one year before he was born. The girls thought this was quite fun teasing.
The switchbacks on the way back up were easier than the steps at the beginning of the hike but definitely took some work and we with the warm weather (and humidity) increasing, we were fairly tired by the time we reached the end of the hike.
We had planned to do the Thurston Lava Tube today ...