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... to fall in earnest, so we took the short cut back up to parking lot where we found Bruce snug in the car.
The rain fell off and on all day and so we gave up on going up the mountain to the highest cascading waterfall and drove around looking at other sights. Finally we made a stop at Wal-Mart and then visited the local market. The rain insisted on spoiling the sight seeing so following lunch, we bid Scott goodbye and returned to the ...
... their hair colour past, plans and wishes. Today I got, "I planned when I was 50 to dye my hair purple and go riding down our Main Street on a bike. Here I am 55 and you've reminded me that I need to follow my dreams!" "I had hair that colour, and would love to do it again (with a shrug at our surroundings, a upmarket hotel); maybe soon?" Changing jobs, following our true self may now be on the cards. "I want my Mum to ...
... Volcanoes National Park. It is situated on the Windward side of the island so expect clouds and mist. The volcanoes are the big draw.
Kona is on the dry sunny side, but it was a little gray while we were there. It is home to the world-famous Ironman World Championship held each year in October. The area stretches for about 60 miles from the Kona International airport to beyond Kealakekua Bay on Hawaii Island’s ...
... volcano, Rainbow falls, Mauna Loa macadamia nuts Factory, macadamia nut farms, the coast, etc. The ride was amazing! Oh I forgot – doors off the chopper! Additional music in my headset – Johnny Cash’s Burning Ring of Fire as we went over the lava and volcano and then “Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls” as we flew over the waterfalls.
After we landed, took our pictures, we headed south to Hawaii’s ...
... the bottom you could feel the salt water spray as the waves crashed into the cliffs. We took the short(but hot) hike to where the lava crossed the road. It was very interesting to see the youngest piece of the earth and hard to imagine it was only formed 11 years ago.
After a wonderful visit to Volcano National Park, we made our way back up the mountain and headed back home to Hilo.
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