Mom at the restaurant
Trees of Life
These things are found all over the islands...
A night walk along the beach
Footsteps in the sand...
Ships in the night.
The "rainbow" building.
The Arizona Memorial
The Bhuddist Temple
Bhudda's Gift Shop
A restaurant near the airport
Hiking in the local rain forest
Out of the forest, into the water...
Supposedly, a giant sea turtle.
Both of these islands are bird sanctuaries. Visitors not allowed.
(Snorkeling pictures not included, since digital cameras and water don't mix)
The upside-down waterfall.
When the winds are just right, water flows out of this and flows (gets
blown) up the mountain.
Terrestrial Growing Pains
Steam rising from a crater.
Land forming in the distance. There is an active lava flow to which
visitors can hike 1.5 miles from the end of the road. If you're unprepared
for a long hike over razor-sharp volcanic rock (need long pants, water,
sunscreen, gas mask, shotgun, etc., etc.), you can take the short [300 ft]
trail to get closer to the noxious fumes.
Waikiki Beach in the Sun
Leaving for Atlantis
The Atlantis XIV is a 64-seat commercial submarine.
Unda da sea...
The kids go parasailing