Lokahi Lodge (Chalet Kilauea Collection)
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... there we travelled on Crater Rim Drive to the Jaggar Museum to get an up close view of the Halema'uma'u Crater which is an opening in the volcano where lava is boiling and large clouds of steam and clouds of sulfur dioxide gas are spewing out. It was definitely and amazing site!
From there we headed to the Volcano House Hotel for a coffee and another great view of the volcano. Further down the road we visited the Thurston Lava Tube. Created thousands of years ...
There is no other importance like this moment (S.N. Goenka)
Having spent an extremely unexpected self developmental period of my life in Hawaii and the last night sleeping on the trampoline,outside and underneath the glistening stars of the Pacific, with some dear friends from the farm on Oahu. It is now time to accept that my three months here is over and it's time to continue my journey of self exploration, beauty, fun, uncertainty and living life on a whim. With ...
... out to Kilauea Iki Trail in the national park. We descended through a lush rain forest to the floor of the solid but still steaming Kilauea Iki crater lava lake. We got close to the 1959 vent below the Pu’u Pua’I cinder cone that had a major eruption. Walking in this immense crater we felt so tiny. I don’t think you’ll even be ...
... beautiful and the plants were amazing, again the scale was difficult to capture on camera as was the beauty but we tried. After a lovely walk around the gardens including more waterfalls and views of the ocean we decided that the tropical rain forest was a bit too hot for us and headed back to our B and B for our last evening.
It was great to see the other side to Big Island we now head to the significantly more inert island of Maui.
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... to just keep everything status quo. But Chris and I were feeling bored, restless, and unfulfilled. We desired travel and adventure and to learn more about the world and ourselves in different contexts. If we didn’t go for it, we would not be making the most of the precious lives we’ve each been given. We couldn’t let fear stand in the way of our pursuit of deeper love, joy and the healthiest and truest versions of ...