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... show last night. It was a ventriloquist/puppeteer. Matilda was a Jamaican woman. It was actually hilarious, very surprisingly so. Earlier that day there was a Hawaiian concert with music and hula. It got us in the mood for Hawaii the next day!
The entertainment has been that, entertaining. I'm especially impressed with the female sax player in the ship band. Amazing!
... to show how much lava actually does move about to create this very unique island.
Next we headed over to the volcano itself to see it close up and have a quick look in the museum. Although we had to stay quite a distance back, it was still amazing to see an actual active volcano. There isn't really much to see as it's just a huge crater with smoke billowing out of it, but it just felt strange knowing what was actually going on inside the crater and that it's got ...
... and look out over the caldera. We kept making our way down (total elevation change is 400 ft) and soon found ourselves at the bottom. At first, the lava was very rough and difficult to walk on but very soon we were on the lava lake floor and the trail became quite smooth and easy to walk on. We walked near the Pu'u Pua'i Cinder Cone area where the eruption in 1959 actually occurred. Standing right next to this mouth really made ...
... 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 ...
Going to Hawaii was a dream my mother never got to fulfill in life so I took it upon myself to see the islands for her. Once we decided to book the trip (which cost us a total of $20 for both tickets using airline miles) it was an easy choice of which islands we would see: The Big Island and Kauai. These two islands interested me the most because of the activities both islands could provide. Since our vacation style is very much "run like crazy and come home exhausted" you might ...
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