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... vents, we continued our way along the Crater Rim to visit the Jaggar Museum, which provides the best view into the caldera. It was pretty awesome to see the continuous smoke rising from the active volcano, but we were a little bit disappointed that there would be no lava flow for us to see.
After taking photos of the caldera and hanging out at the museum for awhile, we decided to follow the trail to the Kilauea Iki Crater, which ...
... Not royalty though.
After dinner, we headed into the national park, and went to the Jagger museum, where you could see the glow of the Halemaumau Crater. Pretty cool. Well it wouldn't be if you were right on top of it, but we were a little way off, and it was a little cool.
Zac had only had a short bout of homesickness, and had a great day overall... we got into bed quite late (again)... And Mahi was going to have breakfast ready for us at ...
... jaw drops when we tell her they get paid up to 150K for driving a truck. I'm sure she's considering emigrating right now.....
The falls are pretty, if not spectacular. We’ve seen some falls in our travels. More waterfalls...blahblahblah...Back down the hillside and onto the Botanical Gardens. Even in this pouring rain the gardens are really quite beautiful, the hard work of a devoted couple scouring out the valley into a stunningly cultivated example of ...
... crew had to cut through this lava tube. We also saw an area with some lava trees. Not near as many as the Lava Tree State Park but still worth a couple quick pictures.
We started on the 19 mile Chain of Craters Road. There were several look outs where you could see large expanses of cooled lava, where other lookouts had great views of craters. We stopped at the Ko'oko'alau Crater. Seeing these craters just ...
... flowing hard. We did all our pictures and then left for our next stop - Wailuku River Boiling Pots State Park. Again, more waterfalls that were really flowing and very pretty. We also saw Pe'e Pe'e Falls, and finally Waiale falls from road - we stopped on the bridge for a quick picture. We turned around at this point and drove the road back towards Hilo and then started on the Hilo Kamakua Heritage Coast scenic road or the Upper Road (Hwy ...