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Naung Ma Thai Kitchen, Hilo, HI Great hole in the wall Thai Restaurant that actually encourages you to bring in your own beverage. We brought in our own beer and wine. Great food!

Naung Ma Thai Kitchen, Hilo, HI Great hole in the wall Thai Restaurant that actually encourages you to bring in your own beverage. We brought in our own beer and wine.

Rainbow Falls, Hilo, Hawaii

Rainbow Falls (Waianuenue Falls) in Hilo, Hawaii is 80 ft. high when the sun hits the mists that generates from the waterfall a beautiful rainbow is created!

don't miss this if you are on the big island----------- ahalanui park is also known as pualaa county park. It is located about 30 miles south of hilo. It is right on the ocean but separated from the ocean waves by a low wall made from lava rock. The cooling waves do wash over the wall, which is what keeps the water, fed by natural springs that are thermally heated by the volcano, at a balmy temperature of about 90 degrees.

this park on the Big Island is natures swimming pool.thermally heated by the volcano, at a balmy degrees. It is located about 30 miles south of hilo. It is right on the ocean but separated from the ocean waves by a low wall made from lava rock.

Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii. Ginny says see the lava where it runs into the ocean on the Big Island.

Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii Ginny says see the lava where it runs into the ocean on the Big Island.

Sunset at Reef Puka, near Keahole Point on the Big Island of Hawaii  (by Mark Rogers on 500px)

Reef Puka II, Hawaii, by Mark Rogers. Reef Puka shot near Keahole Point on the Big Island of Hawaii

Looking ut the large entrance of Kaumana Cave, Hilo Hawaii: Photo by Donald B. MacGowan

Exploring Kaumana Cave, Just Outside Hilo Along the Saddle Road on the Big Island of Hawaii

This is a Banyan tree in Hilo, Hawaii.  The hanging roots go into the ground! Awesome!

This is a huge fig tree, with a wonderfully spread out shadow. It's the Banyan Tree (Ficus benghalensis), the National Tree of India, also called the Bengal Fig. This one was photographed in Hawaii.

Here are the most popular and exotic tropical fruits that you should try when you visit Hawaii. Check out the local farmers markets or fruit stands and look for some of these tropical fruits in season http://travelphotodiscovery.com/tropical-fruit-from-hawaii/

Tropical fruit from Hawaii are available at farmers markets, fruit stands and grocery stores.

Here are the most popular and exotic tropical fruits that you should try when you visit Hawaii. Check out the local farmers markets or fruit stands and look for some of these. We call these Kinep in Haiti not sure what the English name is?

Forming the Hawaiian islands, Hawaii volcanoes are HOT!

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