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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 …
... artistry vibe in this town. Its Santa Cruz, minus the drugs and traffic.
After my run, we had breakfast at the Kilauea Lodge, where we stayed. Breakfast is included in your rate so there is an added bonus. Robert ordered an omelet (pretty standard) and I had the one "exotic" thing on the menu. And by exotic, I mean weird. A hash containing Italian sausage, eggs, potatoes, cheese and (wait for it, this is the exotic part) pickles. I can say with 100% certainty ...
Today, these are the signs that we saw as we drove from the rainforests of the village of Volcano near the Hawaii Volcano National Park to the deserts surrounding the volcano Mauna Loa. Only an hour drive along the south shores of Hawaii – but what physical changes! We’re exploring the largest volcano in the world. Mauna Loa last erupted in1984, so the chance of an eruption today is ...
... and the township is serene and quite beautiful across the shorefront. We like Hilo.
A late lunch at a great little roadside takeaway where J-she bravely tries a traditional dish- Lau Lau. It's pork wrapped in some sort of leaf and it's pretty good. Mind you, I'm not sure that macaroni 'salad' is very traditional.
We've noted that America seems to think anything drowned in mayonaisse is a 'salad'. I get a BLT which isn't very good but ...
... We took our time driving back to the park entrance and just enjoyed the views. Once out of the park we drove the short distance to the Lava Rock Cafe for dinner. There was a small gift shop next door so we visited with hopes of finding some good park t-shirts. This store didn't have any touristy gifts and definitely no t-shirts but there were some really pretty quilts. All the quilts were Hawaiian and very fun to look at.