Cliff's Edge At Huelo Point
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... pool overflowing into the next pool below it.”
“What an incredible site,” Pinky says in disbelief. “A hillside full of cascading pools.”
When we return to our car, we notice people crossing the road to the other side.
“I wonder what’s over there. Let’s follow them and see,” I suggest.
When we get to the other side of the road, my mouth drop wide open.
... we decide to go back there pack a lunch, there are many great picnic locations along the way.
After lunch we made our way to Red sand beach another must see in Hana, we started our walk down to beach but decided not to go to the bottom it was a very small beach and the sand really isn't red...I chuckle because the guide book said it was stunning!
Now it was time to make our way back to Paia and Mama's Fish house. The drive back was much faster ...
... highway, then turn around and come back. Mark was close to running some crazy tourist off the road anyway so prob for the best. We see some crazy island guy in a blinged out BMW come tearing past us while we stand looking at the view. Bonkers folk here :). We nip back into mana foods in Paia for tomorrow's dinner (kalua pork, potatoes, sprouts and cherry pie with squishy cream!) - tomorrow's lunch being taken ...
... 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 ...
... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); ">The sun set further, illuminating the clouds and turning them orange and pink. We watched as the sun set behind Lanaii, took many more pictures, Stephanie took a picture with her bagpipes, and then we walked back along the beach to our car.
After we washed off our feet and got back to the car, we went to a place called Da Kitchen for ...