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visit The Place of Refuge, eat fish tacos and stop at the deli with the killer view... rent a car to drive the entire Island, about 7 hrs.. go to town where the huge cruise ships dock, once is good enough, eat at You Make IT Sushi... Kava is a terrible drink no matter what anyone says... I've ordered the Hawaii Revealed book from Amazon, the library had no copies, and eagerly await it's arrival! It's really important to figure what you most want to do over there.

visit Bongs on your way to Kona, ask Linda about the Islands best sights ... Touching on lava viewing....there's a lot of options it seems now that the "public" area is closed off to those on foot. The island is so big and there are so many things to do, you'll make yourself crazy trying to fit it all in.

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Excerpted Interview with Jack Lockwood, Geologist with the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: NOVA: Tell us about your impressions of the different ecosystems in Hawaii. That's where they grow fastest, that's the area of prime interest to the biologist. But after a couple of years of mucking around in the force, I was again one day mucking around literally. I'd never paid attention to the birds in the forest before.

It’s a pair of spinner dolphins, who are putting on an acrobatic display just a few feet from our group.

is the Hawaiian word for dolphin, and spinners are often spotted here, where they come to rest after a night of hunting in deeper water.

I'm going solo and would like any input on areas of interest, place not to be missed and "must do's." I'm staying on the Big Island for 7 days and want to enjoy each day! I've got plans to see the National Volcano Park, take a tour up to the top of Mauna Kea for a sunrise and generally roam the island. I'd like to do a "hot coal" walk, but do they really exist? see dolphins there and whales...never turn your back on the ocean and if no one is in the water take the hint... bring your own snorkle mask , bring a thick towel to lay on the lava rocks, great hiking sandals and a wind/rain breaker...visit black sands beach... I really appreciate the directed "go here, not here's" really helps.

I'd recommend picking up a copy of Hawaii - The Big Island Revealed. It's important to plan your places to visit carefully or you will end up in the car more than at your destination.

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