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We setup last Monday and went to Hawaii.

One of the tour schedules is a trip to volcano in Big Island. Been worring for a while that which shoes I should take, as it might be very hot near the eruption spot. But at last I took a shoes for daily-use.

People who went for a same volcano tour were totally 12, 5 couples, 1 single female and the tour guide. All the other 4 couples are spending their third day of honeymoon (coincident..?) and they seem so hot just like the volcano itself. Perhaps someone thought we are same, but this year is our fourth anniversary.

We have heard many stories from the guide man. One of the most interesting tales is Ohia and Lehua.
From the upper side of Hawaii, you can see more than half of the island is in black and dark without any green color. Black lava rocks can be found everywhere from mountains to sea lands, where people cannot live and neither most of the wood. Only a kind of tree you can found, which local people called Ohia. The hard and black lava rocks may gradually change to earth ground by planting "Ohia" in the area. Lava rocks have covered most of the area of the Big Island. But people with "Ohia" got the way to deploy the land. Thanks to Ohia, you can see a so beautiful island and enjoy your time in Hawaii. A magic tree, is it?

There is a legend story for Ohia. Ohia was a handsome man in Hawaii Island. A female mountain god, named Pere, was attracted by him and asked for his love. But Ohia refused Pere and said he’d already have a lover. Pere was desperate. As revenge, She changed Ohia to a wood. Lehua, Ohia’s beautiful lover, has been crying everyday under the tree as she lose her most beloved person. Other gods can’t keep seeing that sorrow scene but as Pere’s power is the strongest, they cannot change Ohia back to human. At last they changed Lehua to be a flower of the tree so that the lovers can be stay together forever. It’s said that there are many girls in Hawaiian Island with name of Lehua, but there is no one named Ohia.

The picture was taken beside the big crater. Ohia is the only tree you can find standing there. Honor to its power of life and survival ability.
The following words and phrases need work, Seasun--

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That's a nice story, Seasun. And I love the ohia trees, especially when they are filled with apapanes.

Hi, Mister Micawber,
Thanks for your comment. I am worrying there are still many mistakes even I rewrite some of the words. But please be patient and read it again. Thanks!
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We setoff last Monday and went to Hawaii.

One of the option trip is a trip to volcano in the Big Island. Been worried for a while which shoes I should take, as it might be very hot near the eruption spot. But at last I took a shoes everyday use.

People who went for the volcano tour were 12 in total , 5 couples, 1 single female and the tour guide. All the other 4 couples are spending their third day of honeymoon (coincident..?) and they seem so hot just like the volcano itself. Perhaps someone thought we are same, but this year is our fourth anniversary.

We have heard many stories from the tour guide. One of the most interesting tales is Ohia and Lehua.
From the upper side of Hawaii, you can see more than half of the island is in black and dark without any green color. Black lava rocks can be found everywhere from mountains to sea coast, where people cannot live and neither much of the woods. Only a kind of tree can grow there, which local people called Ohia. The hard and black lava rocks may gradually change to soil by planting "Ohia" in the area. Lava rocks have covered most of the area of the Big Island. But people with "Ohia" found the way how to deploy the land. Thanks to Ohia, you can see a beautiful island and enjoy your time in Hawaii. A magic tree, won't you think so?

There is a folk story for Ohia. Ohia was a handsome man in the Hawaii Island. A female mountain god, named Pere, was attracted by him and asked for his love. But Ohia refused Pere and said he had a lover. Pere was desperate. As revenge, She changed Ohia to a tree. Lehua, Ohia's beautiful lover, has been crying all the time under the tree as she lost her most beloved person. Other gods can't keep seeing that sad scene but as Pere’s power is the strongest, they cannot change Ohia back to human. At last they changed Lehua to be a flower of the tree so that the lovers can stay together forever. It's said that there are many Hawaiian girls named Lehua, but there is no one named Ohia.

The picture was taken beside the big crater. Ohia is the only tree you can find standing there. Honor to its power of life and survival ability.
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We set off last Monday and went to Hawaii.
One of the optional trips is a trip to a volcano on the Big Island. Been worried for a while which shoes I should take, as it might be very hot near the eruption spot. But at last I took shoes for everyday use.

12 people went for the volcano tour in total, 5 couples, 1 single female and the tour guide. The other 4 couples are spending their third day of their honeymoon (a coincidence?) and they seem so hot, just like the volcano itself. Perhaps someone thought we are same, but this year is our fourth anniversary.

We heard many stories from the tour guide. One of the most interesting tales is Ohia and Lehua.
From the upper side of Hawaii, you can see more than half of the island is black and dark, without any green color. Black lava rocks can be found everywhere from mountains to sea coast, where people cannot live and neither can many trees. Only one kind of tree can grow there, which local people called 'Ohia'. The hard and black lava rocks may gradually change to soil by planting Ohia in the area. Lava rocks have covered most of the area of the Big Island. But people with Ohia found the way how to landscape/enrich the land. Thanks to Ohia, you can see a beautiful island and enjoy your time in Hawaii. A magic tree, don't you think so?

There is a folk story about Ohia. Ohia was a handsome man in the Hawaii Islands. A female mountain god, named Pere, was attracted to him and asked for his love. But Ohia refused Pere and said he had a lover. Pere was desperate. As revenge, she changed Ohia to a tree. Lehua, Ohia's beautiful lover, had been crying all the time under the tree, as she lost her beloved. Other gods couldn't bear to see that sad scene, but as Pere’s power was the strongest, they could not change Ohia back to human. At last they changed Lehua to a flower of the tree, so that the lovers can stay together forever. It's said that there are many Hawaiian girls named Lehua, but there is no one named Ohia.

The picture was taken beside the big crater. Ohia is the only tree you can find standing there. Honor to its power of life and survival ability!

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