Holo Holo Inn
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... zoo we called into the macadamia nut plantation Mauna Loa which was Hershey's owned (the American chocolate company). Mmmmm, we did taste test most of the macadamia nuts with chocolate and without chocolate. Went away with lots of nuts....we will see how long they last.
Time to warm up with the fireplace and the room heaters.
... descent through the rainforest to the shoreline with beautiful views of the bay.
After dinner at the house we drove out to Volcano National Park again to view the glow of lava in the crater from Jaggar Museum. It was an easy drive despite all of the articles online that warned of driving at night on the country road "with no street lights." 10 miles from the park we encountered a heavy fog and we thought we may not be able to see anything.
... to push him off! How many people can say that?! It was so unreal. We then all layed out with a bunch of kids from SAS cause the beach was swarmed with them! Since I can't sit still Jeremy, Thomas and I all climbed on the old lava mounds and explored the area, it was so crazy, and the waves were huge! Once we decided we were hungry we all went and met up with Rob, Conal, (new friends) Kobi, and Allie for dinner at Ruebens Mexican Food, it was pretty good. I mean ...
... got up to the caldera just on dark, but it was very cold and foggy. We learnt that this was actually called "vog" which is a result of the gases and particles being emitted out of the volcano (in this case since 1983 - emitting 2,000 - 4,000 tones of sulphur dioxide every day), and mixing with the oxygen, moisture and sunlight. We waited a little while and as it got dark, the vog lifted a little ...
... with kitchen bedrooms, bath and all of the amenities. Not that the internet would not work as there was a gigantic lava flow between the house and the router so we had to go up to the school to use the internet.. Yes, I said school. More on that later. Once we had arrived and got settled in we decided to head into the nearest little town to buy a few supplies to get us through the next few breakfasts and any minor snacks etc we would need and ...