Cliff's Edge At Huelo Point
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Today was a big day with the drive on the Road to Hana. This drive consists of 56 one lane bridges and 619 hair pin turns. Blimey Charlie, when cars come past on some of the road it is really hair raising!!!
On the way we came across a fella with some Macaws. They were so colourful and posed easily for photos. The fella took the best photos and I have some from the side.
All along this drive the idea is to stop and look at the sights. The ...
... back, because I can’t take driving that horrible road one more mile.”
“But I don’t know how to drive a stick shift,” I whine.
“You’re going to learn as you drive,” Pinky insists. “Slow down for the curve ahead, push in the clutch, downshift into 2nd NOW, step on the gas, shift into 3rd, downshift.”
“Pinky, I can’t believe that it ...
... edged in lush, thick greenery. Tall trees with winding limbs and rope-like vines surrounded us, next to a parade of shrubbery and greenery. There are no bald patches in the Hawaiian rainforest. It is thick, dense, and topped with a canopy. After 30 minutes, the stream became covered in thick tree roots and branches, causing us to hop over thigh-high branches and hike on top of them or weave through them. After 20 minutes, we hit deeper pools of water. We ...
... then we were full sun for the rest of the day.
Before embarking on our journey to the beach Bryan found a lovely hat to match Doug's...too funny see picture. We made our way south to Mile 14 beach and set up camp for the afternoon. The water was fairly calm but there big rollers that broke over some of the coral off shore, this area has alot of coral and some fish, didn't see any ...
... their backpacks.
Because it is on a volcanic area, all of the plants and animals that are now present on the island were brought by pioneers or naturally (two thousand miles through the air or sea). Once the organisms got there, they went under strange adaptations to make the species unique.
More endangered species live in this park than any other national park in the United States.
Each morning visitors come to the summit of the volcano to watch ...