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... from the summit area: the Halemau'u and Sliding Sands trails. We hike the 'Sliding Sands Trail' down into the valley with volcanic craters all around.
The ground starts an immediate downward slope. The cold wind is still blowing. Strewn along the trail is jagged rocks and smooth "lava" pieces that came flying out of the fountains of fire thousands of years ago. It all makes enduring the cold wind worthwhile.
No trees, only desolate landscape. But, ...
... so many stores, over 70 stores were located on the Island. Ranging between Louis Vuitton and Tiffany, it was as if the shopping was never ending because as I continued to walk around and shop it seemed as if all of my favorite stores that I never get to shop at when I'm home were on this Island! The Distinct Island Appeal was incredibly breathtaking featuring the Dormant Volcano and the Sub- Tropical Rainforest of Haleakala National Park. ...
... lava rock and coral for one of the first white residents. Dr. Baldwin was a missionary and physician who ministered to the natives, the home still having a few items from the Baldwin family (including some of the doctor's tools), as well as furnishings from that era. It's interesting to look around it.
- Pioneer Inn. Lahaina's first hotel, built in 1901 and little changed ...
... home. After making a quick stop and lunch break we were back off up the hill to Haleakala. Switchback after switchback went by as we ascended the 7500 feet from Kula. Through the gate, I said to the fee collector, "Well, I feel really creepy saying this, but I'm a visitor and resource protection ranger and my wife works for natural and cultural resource employee at Mt. Rainier. We were wondering if we could get in without paying." He said sure... He was ...
... 8217;re looking at it through the appropriate colour spectacles). Actually, it was really good despite its screams for a bit of renovation, right on the beach and very friendly staff.
Straight down to the beach and a swim in warm water – but no 90 foot waves like you see on Hawaii Five O – not the season apparently. Dinner at the hotel where they had the locals singing and dancing which they have to be sick of doing but smiled all the same.
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