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The first off day we explored the beautiful Waipi’o Valley, known as the Valley of the Kings. The area was inhabited for hundreds of years by Hawaiians growing taro and other crops, but the strong 1946 tsunami wiped out most of the valley history. however when we arrived at the trailhead the rain had subsided, thus we began the slow-present downhill journey into the valley on the 25%-grade rough single lane road. We weren’t even five minutes into the expedition when the rain caught up to us. The hike is only 0. 75 miles, but losses 975′ in elevation. When we decided to turn back the rain had turned from a keen warm sprinkle to sheets of water that were barely visible to see through. The hike back up was closer to swimming up a river than it was hiking up the side of a mountain. The come down didn’t bother me as much as it did my camera, which received water damage, despite being kept in it’s protected case inside my bag. After drying off we firm to head back to the almost-always dry side and explored the petroglyphs near our rented condo, located in the Waikoloa Resort Area. It would be indisputable to visit the island and not run into petroglyphs at one point or another. There were hundreds, if not thousands, of detailed petroglyphs carved on smooth plates of bygone lava within a half mile from our living room. The next day we made our way to Hilo along the Hamakua Coast. Our first station was Laupahoehoe Point, a flat lava peninsula formed by a late-state Mauna Kea eruption. Today the ground is home to a small monument that lists 20 school children and four adults that were taken by the sea durning the 1946 tsunami. Since then, the community has relocated up the steep 1. 5 mile drive from the point. The place had an eerie feeling about it and the ocean didn’t mastery back it’s power as we watched the water slam against the lava rocks. Our next stop was the very popular Akaka Falls Official Park. As we approached the entrance to the 1/2 mile forest loop we were stopped by a man at a small self-standing kiosk. He collected $5 for every car that parked in the small 15-20 lot parking area and $1 for every person that entered onto the out. We were very surprised and lucky we had three singles to hand over (we parked up the street so avoided the parking charge). Although my dad joked that it was possibly some random guy taking money from tourists I somewhat wonder if he was right… Once we arrived at the falls it was well good the $1, compared to the $10 we spent at Umauma Falls. We arrived at Hilo around 1:30pm and went straightforward to grab lunch. We’d heard of Cafe 100 from a few locals (including my old roommate, Vanessa, who grew up in Hilo) and unwavering to try it out. After we tried a loco moco for the first time we headed to the local brewery. Hilo’s sole craft brewery, Mehana Brewing Guests, is definitely worth visiting if you are interested in more free tastings than you are in getting a tour of the brewery. The beer just kept coming to the malapropos where my dad had to decline the last few because someone had to drive back to Kona that night. After we all had our share we headed to Rainbow Falls. Ideally, you should by the falls in the early morning to see the rainbows that give it it’s name. however we thought the falls and the surrounding foliage was stunning in the afternoon as affectionately. We arrived back in Kona just in time for a BBQ at sunset. Our first stop was at Hamakua.

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