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Although we are now at volcano on the big island I haven't yet updated from the last 2 days on Maui so here goes:
friday - the road to Hana. This is one of the most famous trips to make on Maui about 50 miles on a bendy busy road with a speed limit of 25 mph with 15 mph around bends and over one way bridges. Well pretty damn scary if you are an …
After breakfast and a walk around the grounds at the Marriott, we loaded up and drove to Hilo. We took the saddle road across the island.. We saw some sheep. The saddle road is between two mountain peaks. We got to Hilo and did some shopping at wal mart then we headed further south to our rental. ...
... the lava escaping from the crater, a pretty good view to look at over dinner! Worryingly the restaurant building had burnt down four times in its life, but not since and the 1940's (and not while we were there)
For our final day, we went to the largest waterfall on the island the Akaka falls this was very impressive it is twice the height of Niagara Falls and certainly more tropical. The falls are reached by a lovely short walk through the rain forest. Some of the ...
... for 40 minutes for lunch (a wrap and a packet of chips) and to acclimatise again and then back to the ship for about 3pm.
Dinner in the Skyline restaurant wasn't as good at it had been on the first night. Went to the auditorium and it was Toby Beau and his wife and they were trying really hard, but we hadn't heard most of their songs. The auditorium is freezing.
Then it was 9.30pm and we went on deck ...
... shorter hike, as well as to go with a guide, so we chose to start on the Kalapana side, and had booked a tour with Kalapana Cultural Tours. We followed the directions to get to their "office" at the end of the road. When we arrived, it was a lot busier and built-up than we had expected, especially considering the seemingly deserted road all the way to this point.
Several tour companies had booths here, and there was also a cafe and ...