Holo Holo Inn

Address: PO Box 784, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on PO Box 784, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Cooper Center.
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      Not Quite Mount Vesuvius

      A travel blog entry by katiejansen on Mar 13, 2014

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      ... altogether) we headed over to see the Thurston Lava Tube. Essentially, this lava tube is a tunnel that was created by lava flow from the volcano more than 500 years ago. Today, lava flows through similar underground tunnels to the ocean. According to the park website, lava has flowed continuously from Kaluaea to the ocean since the 80s. We were just not lucky today. The Thurston tube is very wet and cold, similar to other caves, and was a joy ...

      Day 11 - Cruising the East Coast of Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by rowdyblue on Dec 18, 2013

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      ... Not royalty though.

      After dinner, we headed into the national park, and went to the Jagger museum, where you could see the glow of the Halemaumau Crater. Pretty cool. Well it wouldn't be if you were right on top of it, but we were a little way off, and it was a little cool.

      Zac had only had a short bout of homesickness, and had a great day overall... we got into bed quite late (again)... And Mahi was going to have breakfast ready for us at ...

      Akaka, Almost nowhere, Aimlessly After Lava

      A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Aug 16, 2013

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      ... garden. It’s peaceful and sublime until the redneck family come screaming down the valley whooping like monkeys. The US has it’s share of bogans too…
      Back into town for lunch at Puka Puka kitchen and a quick look around town at the galleries. We head out South the other way towards Kalapana where Antek had advised us not to go. “No,no,no,no, there is nothing there”, he assured us. So we went of course, playing the anti-tourist.
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      From Summit to Sea

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 28, 2013

      20 photos

      ... to plant growth.

      Next we came to several steam vents. There was one especially large one. Lots of steam was coming out and made for a very different environment. Greg and the girls walked up a short path to be closer to the vent. I stayed below to get some pictures of everyone up by the vent. We finished up our hike with a picture of Greg standing in the vast lava and commented that he is older than dirt - in this case, ...

      Lua pele

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 27, 2013

      27 photos

      ... long snakes, and still other areas bulged out in a fairly smooth curve. The rope-like lava seemed to be the most common, and it was my favorite. Another interesting formation that I only saw a couple times on the entire hike looked like marshmallow being squeezed out of a s'more. Somehow, it looked like molten lava had been flowing under a thick crust, and got squeezed out the edges. Looking around, it was amazing to think that at one time or ...