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... I have these lovely kitchen shifts to work four days per week, and occasional opportunities to get off the property. Yesterday I caught a ride to the nearby city of Hilo in a free shuttle van and went to a Farmers’ Market and Target (yay!) Later this afternoon I am going to Ninja Acrobat training. Seriously, I am. It’s a real thing and I’ve been told it’s a lot of fun. Stay tuned to hear about how I became a Ninja in my next ...
... full of fruit I don't know the names of) and took some pictures of the the more historic buildings. There aren't too many, as the town is relatively new, with few buildings more than a hundred years old. There are even fewer old buildings due to the two tsunamis the town has survived in the last 80 years. The town of Volcano was about 30 minutes away, up at the top of mountain, but a fairly easy drive, so we had no problems finding our accommodation.
The next day ...
... were in the water, the waves were pretty big and they got bigger as we sailed down the coastline. It was like being on a roller coaster as we got thrown about all over the place. It took us an hour to get to the volcano and when we did it was all worth it. Although we didn't get to see the sunset, with it being so cloudy, nobody even cared as we were now right next to the opening where lava was pouring into the sea.
This was where we got the benefits from being ...
... looks really neat! At the start of the trail, a sign warned us to stay on the trail because of "dangerous earth cracks" in the area. That's a sign you don't see every day! There were a dozen or more tree molds around the trail. One was formed around a tree that had fallen over before the lava came, so there was a long lava tube just lying on the ground. At the start of the trail, a large area was fenced off. We went over to look, and saw a deep ...
... stayed here and sat at the edge of the water so as the waves came in they would wet us. As the sun started to set, we headed back to our car to find a quick dinner spot and then retire for the night. So far...Hawaii had surprised me. I came not expecting much but every moment was blown away by the beauty!! Our last full day on the big island would consist of taking a drive to what is likely the most famous overlooks in all of Hawaii's great islands. The Waipio Valley Overlook. It ...
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