The news hit me hard last night. I would never say Anthony Bourdain was a hero of mine. I feel like I’m too old and perhaps a bit too cynical to have those. Instead, he was more like an inspiration and a source of hope. That you can come from a personal rock bottom and … [Read more…]
Just a quick post before I head out again. Volcano National Park is still mostly closed except for one part that is almost on the other side of the island. Quick break down of yesterday’s itinerary: St Peters Little Blue Catholic church Ku’emanu Heiau Greenwell coffee Napo’opo’o Beach Park Pu’uhonua o Honaunau NP South Point … [Read more…]
After nearly 12 hours of flying, I finally made it. I have decided to write about each day of travel and detail everything but I probably won’t do that while I’m here. I will check in with some brief accounts and a few photos, but I’m taking notes in a little travel journal and will … [Read more…]
Or how one of those three are in trouble. Today, while my body was trying to decide whether I have a cold or the flu, I poured through my Big Island travel book. Armed with my highlighter, I was picking out points of interests and other places that appealed to my nature. During this study, … [Read more…]
I wanted to see lava, but this is ridiculous. You know… lava. Molten rock. The smell of sulfur. Reds and oranges amidst black basalt rock. The Science Behind Hawaii’s Car-Eating, Lava-Filled Fissures https://t.co/qmKduMQZiz pic.twitter.com/MfevT8qGAZ — WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) May 7, 2018 Is this happening because the Big Island is home to two geologically active volcanoes? … [Read more…]
Turns out, you need a passport to travel to another county….