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Left early today and headed south for a final destination of Volcano national Park (VPN) which ended up being a 4 hour trip, including stops. We passed a zebra, yup, a donkey and two bull cows with huge horns. Harry wanted me to take some pictures and I was happy to do so. First stop was South Point, which is the most southern tip of the U.S. Oh my, those cliffs were frightening - 35 or 50 feet straight ...
... pools for sunrise.
The concept of a natural steam vent is in its name. The steam vent is a cave which is heated by underground lava tubes. You crawl in through a tiny whole and sit there while the steam emanates out of the rocks to cleanse your skin and clear your mind. Exactly how you would be in a sauna, except in a cave.
The Native American sweat lodge is a tradition that is carried out in Hawaii. You sit on the floor outside in a ...
... of their passenger. He didn’t seem happy in the unnecessary delaycaused by the coastguard changing of the minds. Unfortunately, a young man has been lost in the ocean and his familywill be notified on Christmas Day. Needlessto say, we are missing our first island stop of Maui and may be arriving inHilo about 10am…an hour past our shore excursion. We don’t know at this point, if they willreschedule the excursions or cancel them. We ...
... out for a look/photo, and then raced back to the car in sudden torrential rain. We left and as we drove back up to higher ground, the rain stopped as quickly as it had started.
Heading back to town, Sal suggested we take a drive to the Mauna Loa lookout, almost halfway up the second highest peak on the island at 6000 feet (mountain itself is 13 700 feet). It sounded like a good place to watch the sunset, so we gave it a go. ...
... the falls, really enjoyed the checking out the plants on the way, and were glad we picked this one. It was a good way to spend a couple of hours.
After finishing with the falls, we went back to the car and noticed a red convertible Mustang was parked really badly - more on the road than off. We went into Honomu and found a quaint little street with a coffee shop, bakery, and a whole heap of shops selling knick knacks, art, clothes etc... Sort of ...