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... which has been erupting since January 3rd, 1983. The extraordinary natural diversity of the park was recognized in 1980 when it was named a World Biosphere site by UNESCO and in 1987 when the park was again honored as a World Heritage site. Ethan and M is did some articles and earned their Junior Ranger Badges...job well done. We are going dolphin watching and snorkelling tomorrow....more ...
... spot the people in the photos that were taken from the top in the rainforest looking down into the crater.
Along the way we met people from all over the world – even a fellow Cornellian who had a unique take on the world and a German couple who at a much younger age than ...
... and the pools are a bit ****. It’s windy and not sunny and they don’t look very attractive.
We haul all the way back up the main highway and decide to head off at dusk to see ‘the glow’, it looks like this is the nearest we’ll ever get to lava.
Nearly an hours drive later in the pouring rain in the increasing dark we finally make it into Volcano NP with the hundreds of other tourists. We make our way to the edge of the ...
... Really... A gain, we had fun taking pictures in this area. We also took plenty of pictures of the ocean that was closer than we expected. The water was so blue and it was just beautiful. We could get pictures of the steam coming from the ocean entry area. It seemed so far away after being right there next to it last night. So many people visiting the park failed to do any research and had the idea they could just walk up and see ...
... got to the ocean entry. This was truly breathtaking: bright yellow-orange lava dripped like syrup from the rocks into the crashing waves below. As we watched, the lava dripped down into the ocean, hitting the water with a hiss. The waves washed up to shore, splashing over the hot rocks and making even more steam. Sometimes the lava was barely visible through the steam, but not long after the steam would part, showing the lava clearly again. It was ...