Pahala Plantation Cottages
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... through the Puna district, stopping along the coast several times to play. Found a beautiful black sand (clothing optional) beach but didn't stay long :). Finished the day by going to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and watching the volcano glow at ...
... the complete tectonic plate story, the history of Big Island, the number of climatic regions; it has 11 of a possible 13, the make up of the flora in each climate zone and much, much more. We had a brief rest bite, when we stopped for coffee at a place that had more types of doughnuts than I have ever seen before, the pink guava can be recommended, and then our education continued until we reached the National Park. We stopped at the ...
... airport to Hilo on the Big Island for the following day! Geez, glad to have learned this way rather than when we arrived!
There is something about the greeting "Aloha". I say it and a smile comes to my face. Maybe it's the way “aloha” rolls off my lips, a three syllable word rather than ...
... some pretty good scrapes on his left leg. This was unusual for Mac as both he and Josie are like mountain goats on hikes. Cheryl had her first aid kit and patched him up. The bleeding wasn’t bad and Neosporin is a wonderful thing for cleaning up and gluing-over these types of cuts and scrapes.
The hike was a mixture of forested area and walking across old lava flows. We happened upon three Ne Ne ...
... we flew to the lava fields and the flowing lava... this was what I had been waiting for.
We flew through a few rain clouds and I really was scared that we would have rain and that it would dampen the experience, but thankfully, it was just local.
Then... there it was... The Puʻu ʻŌʻō crater and the spatter cones. Further ahead we saw the the expansion of the Peace Day ...