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... that the lava flows are part of her being, so they respect the lava even if it destroys their homes and towns.
We also started our semester long succession project in the park. Our study here includes taking data for ten five by five meter plots, each on different aged lava flows. We recorded the plants in each of the plots, which included learning a lot of plant identification! We used a GPS and compass to keep track of where we ...
We decided to pack up and look for breakfast in Hilo. We were hoping for a modern cafe serving light breakfast. What a mission that turned out to be. After driving around for ages we ended up in a shabby little alternate type cafe but the breakfast was O.K.
Then on to find the Kazumura Lava tubes in the Kaumana Caves. A lava tube is a natural cave formed by flowing lava beneath the hardened surface of a lava flow.
... Park (Place of Refuge) - Honaunau Bay (snorkelling & monuments/village) - Mantas night snorkel (bottle nose dolphins) Monday - Thurston Lava Tube - Volcano heli - Ric******* beach - Akaka Falls State Park Tuesday - Saddle Road - Kiholo Bay (green sea turtles) - Manini'owali Beach - Mauna Kea Summit (star gaze & sun set) Weds - Panaewa Zoo - Cononut island - 4 miles (beach) - lunch (2 ladies - 247 Kilauea ave) - flight to ...
... out it was a bogus website and all they wanted was our email and info. FORGET about it! We were hoodwinked! Well, we had a big laugh about that. Decided to go to the little used Hawi airport, and were blown around while we watched the sun set. We could see Maui from that spot, too. Nice view of Haleakala. After that, we headed up to the Bamboo Restaurant for some excellent food before the long drive "home" to ...
... 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. ...