Garden of the Gods, Lanai, Hawaii

You have to agree, Hawaii is pretty isolated to begin with.

Our first view of Hawaii

And of the six main islands accessible to visitors, Lanai (or Lana’i) is probably the most isolated.

Crossing to Lanai

And Lanai’s Garden of the Gods, over six miles from the nearest paved road down rough dirt tracks, takes isolation to a whole new level.

But boy is it worth the trip!

Yet the thing that makes the Garden of the Gods so unique, is the feeling of isolation you get that goes beyond just miles. In fact, staring out across its red sandy expanses scattered with rugged boulders and almost devoid of vegetation, you could be forgiven for thinking you’re on Mars!

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This post was inspired by this photo themes of Garden from Ailsa of Where’s My Backpack? and Isolated Subjects from Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.

 

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Star of my own award-winning adventure novels, Jaspa's Journey. Geocaching addict & F1 fan. Adventure Journeyer & blogger extraordinaire. Check out my website: www.jaspasjourney.com And don’t forget to download the books and see what the buzz is all about!
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5 Responses to Garden of the Gods, Lanai, Hawaii

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Great post for this week’s challenge. 😀

  2. What an interesting place. I have only been to Oahu and the Big Island, so it is hard for me to imagine one of the Hawaiian islands with that sort of deserty landscape. Beautiful though–I would love to visit someday…

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