Lava Tree Tropic Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... about 400AD. We took a tour here that lasted about four hours. Our driver was both driver and guide. We went through the downtown area to our first stop. The island has a history of tsunamis here due o its location and its shape. The last big tsunamis were in 1946 and 1960. Several hundred people died in each of them. There is a tsunami museum that we visited that was very interesting. We were able to see what the ...
... still see it steaming. Lava flowing from the Pu'u O'o vent is still threatening other parts of Pahoa and is expected to cross over Highway 130 in the next 10 days, essentially cutting Pahoa off from the rest of the island. For that reason, crews had closed off another former lava flow site on the other side of town that had cut off access to Pahoa from the West, and were building an emergency road there so that citizens of the little town weren't completely cut off from both ...
Today we engrossed ourselves with nature. From volcanoes to rain forests to waterfalls.
We started out very early again this morning. Our helicopter flight was at 9:30, check-in at 8:45. We are on the Kona side (west) and the helicopter tour (Paradise tours) left from Hilo (east side). We had a 2+ hour drive. We arrived at the airport, signed the papers, and got weighed – how embarrassing! But they need to balance out the chopper based ...
... 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 today. Today's adventure was to Mauna Kea to see the visitors centre. Our car ...
... in all day...to cold and windy for me! I'm thinking about doing cross fit early in the morning...there's a gym on the ship with treadmills, elliptical, stair masters, workout equipment, etc. If I do it early in the morning I could see the the sunrise, so that would be pretty cool. There's also and spa on board...you can pay for massages, use of the sauna and steam room (yayy mom lol), and get haircuts and stuff! I probably won't ...