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... at Kilauea Iki Overlook where in 1959 lava fountains shot 1900 feet in the air. Today you can take the 4 mile loop hike down 400 ft to the bottom of the massive crater and across the frozen lava lake. Maybe we'll come back for that later in the week.
We took the short hike through the rainforest to the Thurston Lava Tube. The rainforest was beautiful and relaxing. I just love the peaceful sounds of nature here, I can't get over it. The lava tube was similar to Howe Caverns. ...
... to assist the GrandPrincess. We were relieved again about11am today, but the other ship had a medical emergency and since they were tocontinue the search and/or recovery, the lady was transferred by a small motorboat across rough seas to our ship! Yes,Jan and I got pictures. What next?
As I type this, the captain came over the PA system toinform us that the Grand Princess was also being released by the coastguard…aboutan hour or so since ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... absolutely amazing! The rock we were standing on was only about an hour old, and so hot that if you stood still for too long, it melted the bottoms of your shoes! The lava itself was so hot that you could barely look at it. We had some long sticks with us, to poke into the lava, which created sparks and set the sticks on fire!
Seeing the lava slowly flowing down the hill towards us was breathtaking, and absolutely worth the hike.
We then walked down to the ...