Bamboo Orchid Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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... Park, brrrrrr. As soon as we arrive at the cottage we put the fireplace on. Rooms have heaters and electric blankets thank goodness. The boys have just enjoyed a hot chocolate, mmmm aahhhhh. The owners of this cottage have thought of the little things that make everyones stay enjoyable. What a nice cosy little cottage, reminds me of Goldilocks and the three bears. You will see what I mean from the pictures.
... at the waterfall/stream that ran down to the ocean. It was pretty and quiet, despite other people being in the gardens too. I think everyone was too busy looking around at all the different types of plants. There was a lot of poking and pointing to get others to notice what you'd seen.
One of the main attractions of the gardens is the huge collection of orchids. To me, orchids are something you find in the supermarket, in silk plant stores, ...
... its trunk. I find an elliptical clearing marked by large rocks. I start to step over the rocks to enter the clearing and one foot stops in mid-air. I’m not meant to be within the circle. I feel energy emanating from three-three foot high stone circles in the clearing and sense this is a place meant only for those who are part of its history and culture. In the middle stone circle, a ...
We started the day by going out to the lava/ocean edge to watch sunrise... This is a really beautiful spot with waves crashing on the black lava cliffs! We came back to the house and had breakfast. On to a local farmers market... This is the place to see some real local flavor! I did buy a few things there. We brought the stuff back to the house before exploring ...
... a trip into the rain forest surrounding Hilo to see some of the waterfalls that come down the side of the volcano, all very pretty. We also stopped at Volcano Winery near where we were staying, to do a wine tasting and buy some local produce. The grapes are grown on the side of the volcano and the wine is really quite good.
The following day we went into the national park around the top of the volcano, you can no longer hike across the most active caldera, but we ...