Volcanoes National Park is the home to Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes on earth. The park has many activities from hikes, visitor centers, scenic drives, museums, walk through a lava tube, etc. It’s definitely worth an afternoon of exploration. After the sun goes down, you can see the red glow of active lava!
Black sand beach, or Punalu’u Beach is located in the southern portion on Big Island, close to Volcanoes National Park. The sand is black from basalt and lava. There are coconut trees and sea turtles all along the shore. It’s a must see.
Green sand beach is one the those rare places on earth, you just have to visit. There are only 4 green sand beaches on earth, and Papakolea Beach is one of them. The sand is green because of the mineral Olivine. The half bay it’s located in was formed 49,000 years ago. Kind of amazing.
Thinking about getting a fat burner but don’t know if they actually work? Do you want to build your dream body but don’t want it to take forever? Keep reading for some common fat burner myths and the real truth behind them!
4 Myths about Fat Burners
There are a handful of myths that surround fat burners from what they do, to the results, and the ingredients involved. Over the years, I have researched, tested and tried dozens. I found some that I like, and some that I would never touch. Below are some myths about fat burners!
It’s my birthday! I’m officially 28. Holy smokes. Twenty eight is good.
Over the past 8 years, I’ve traveled, explored, loved, laughed, moved across the world, adopted a doggie, made friends, lost frenemies, graduated college, started a blog, started a photography biz, paid off old debt, etc. I still have a steep learning curve, and many more memories to make, but so far, this is what I know.