Volcano Hale (Chalet Kilauea Collection)
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... to the petroglyphs. The couple looked to be in their early 60’s and definitely did not seem to be the type of people who would have been doing a major hike from somewhere else.
It was a ************* to leave the area since Ted told the man that we would wait for them, but it was getting dark and we were seriously creeped out by this point. We drove straight back to the Visitor Info Centre and reported the incident to a ...
... across the crater, steaming vents, and tons of experiences to add to a lifetime of memories.
There are lots of inns and hotels, rooms to rent nearby but a stay in the Volcano Rainforest Lodge, located near mile marker 23 on Hwy 11, only a couple of miles from the park entrance is recommended. Located in the center of three acres of rain forest, this is almost ...
... days early had been packed and crowded. Today it seemed like an escape, a real refuge from the commercialism of Kona.
The road to Volcanoes was twisty with many turns. Oh-oh – we hoped our sensitive stomachs would make it. Five years ago we had visited a black sand beach and wanted to stop again, also thinking there would be a lunch place nearby. We stopped at the beach, Punaluu County Beach Park, saw a few beached sea turtles ...
... ruin this car.....but we made it in one piece. It was a miracle!!!! Our next stop would be the famous beach called "Pu'uhonua O Honaunau". The beach sits inside a historical park. The historical park preserves the site where, up until the early 19th century, Hawaiians who broke a kapu (one of the ancient laws) could avoid certain death by fleeing to this place of refuge or puʻuhonua. The offender would be absolved by a priest and freed to leave. Defeated warriors and ...
... spent nearly 30 minutes watching the waves crash and the tide come in. At times the waves completely consumed the lava, which was followed by an explosion of rock debris and magma. Totally worth the grueling hike.
Dad explored ahead to the next steam vent to see if there was flowing lava we could walk up to. Alack and alas, we were not lucky enough to get up close to lava.
After about 300 pictures, some food, some water, ...