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... and Moli's choice was the Milk Chocolate with Coconut covered.
Brian and Moli then decided we would go to Hawaii Volcano National Park. Glad we did! Very interesting. Even though we had to endure the rain we got to see a lot. Steam Vents, Active Volcano & Lava Tube. The steam vents were very warm & all over the place. We had to use our towels to keep dry when hiking through the Lava tube. The Lava Tube was ...
... up at Quinn's downtown Kona for their famous Ono fish and chips. Now I don't care for battered fish much but I did have it with salad. Ono is a great meaty fish and we should have shared one. But at 3 pm, we were both hungry. Across the street was a yearly market with lots of vendors on the grounds of King K's (governors) palace, Hulihe'e Palace. It was very cool. Onto buy bug spray and home. No sunset tonight due to the rain ...
... house , a hotel in the national park on the rim of the volcano. In the daylight you can see steam coming from the crater but at night it is sensational. We can see the glow from our hotel room but after dinner we drove a few miles around the rim to get a better view. It is continually changing and you can hear it erupting , I could have watched it for hours , it is like sitting and staring into a log fire. It is easy to see how in less enlightened ...
... see the curve of the earth.
The two pictures of the tree were taken from the same spot.
We are most impressed that much so that we went back to Big K Mart on our way home and brought a underwater camera for me, not the same as Russell's, so today was our Christmas, guess what we are doing tomorrow.
Aloha nui loa! If its peace and contentment, and a bit of awe added just for good measure, visit the Volcanoes National Park on the Island of Hawaii. Kilauea has been erupting for over thirty years now and continues to draw huge crowds year round. But the National Park itself is truly the show stopper. Miles of green landscape and then the barren, black lava fields. Great ...