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... grows on this lava.
Walked through a lava tube - a bit dark but sensational - a natural formation.
Then went to the volcano village and saw live updates of the current status of the lava.
Stopped at the Macadamia plantation/shop and tasted the Hawaiin varieties. More creamy than the OZ ones.
Hawaii has tons of pineapple, coconut and macadamia plantations - just up my alley!
... sorts of havoc on the island. Hawaii has more listed endangered species than any other state.
Unfortunately although the problem is huge- the budget for solving it is not! Our biologist with the state put it this way," I am so used to Hawaii being so behind It is almost like we are living in a third world country when it comes to environmental issues."
We had noticed that ...
... we were leaving, new bus passes in hand. We then caught the No.2 bus and about half an hour later we were in Waikiki. We were starving, so the first place we visited was IHop, a diner, for lunch. Then, with full bellies, we explored the places we remembered from before. Then we walked about a mile to Ala Moana Boulevard to view a hotel that we'd found on the internet. This was to make sure it was ok before booking it for our return from Kauai. Before we even got ...
... of the vines :-) We went on a couple of organised tours while we were here. The first was a day visit to The Polynesian Cultural Centre, to learn a little about the heritage of Hawaii and the other Polynesian islands. We spent the day learning to shake our hips like Tahitian dancing ladies, Bongo like A Tongan and the 101 uses they have for coconuts in Samoa :-) It was good fun and interesting to learn about the similarities and differences between the peoples of the Polynesian ...