Hilo Tropical Gardens
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... and a bit careful on roads as unfamiliar with the area and all the local customs so they give us room. Warmly appreciated folks. When we stop people stop to chat or just exchange a few words, tips or where we can go to see local stuff that may not be in the guide books. I find the world is a friendly place;) In a similar vein last Regatta I dyed my hair pink. People, male,and female, would say 'love your hair' and ...
Hawaii Island is the youngest and largest island in the Hawaiian chain. It is remarkable for more than just its size. Home to Hilo and Kona on opposite coasts it offers stark contrast. We were very glad to be on the cruise and able to visit both sides. It is tougher to cover on your own without a lot of time and coordination.
Hilo is Hawaii Island’s biggest small town, Wailuku River State Park containing Rainbow Falls ...
... Park. Here we were able to view additional volcanoes and read about the history. We went on a walk through a lava tube (inactive of course).
Next we went back up the coast from Hilo to Akaka Falls State Park, where we walked through the rain forest and saw the beautiful Akaka Falls. On the way there, we stopped at the Mauna Loa macadamia nut farm and factory. Marty was able to go into the factory and observe the packaging ...
... Our next flight was delayed but after a quick 50 min flight we landed in Hilo. Another unusual airport for us. This airport really makes you feel like you're on island time with open air terminals and gardens throughout. It feels like a zoo or bird sanctuary. You can imagine how relaxed air travel must have been here before 9/11. We were exhausted by now.
After a quick bite to eat ...
... is the ranger led tours!
Around 6 PM we headed out to the Volcano Community Arts Center for a Kanikapila, when locals get together with their instruments, play and sing together. There were guitars and ukelelies. ...