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.
... and flows that are seen on TV...if it was that active people would have to be evacuated! We were fortunate, because our pilot was patient, to watch a lava pool open up and bubble! Could see trees on fire from small flows opening up! It was really quite warm when we were flying over the volcanic area! The doors off gave you complete views because you could look straight into the area and feel the heat being generated! Pilot Pete then took us around and pointed ...
... not going to be able to get in the water! We hiked up to the top of the waterfall and let me tell you it was TOTALLY worth it!!!! There were a bunch of SAS kids up there hanging out because at the top of the waterfall there was a bunch of smaller pools that were forms and you could swim in them. We all jumped in the water and some kids started jumped off one of the cliffs into the pond pool...I was so tempted but so nervous to do it. The I thought "I'm in hawaii, I HAVE ...
... we had cocktails with the captain and hotel director in the Crow’s Nest, on the top deck of the ship, as the sun set. It was a beautiful setting for this small party.
With all that was going on, Greg and I were able to find time to do our one mile walk around the deck every day. The temperatures are starting to get a bit warmer, reaching the mid 70s (mid 20 degrees Celsius). We continue to meet and talk with interesting people on ...
... 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 ...