Bed & Breakfast Mountain View
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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As Dave and I sat at the airport, ready to depart The Big Island, otherwise known as Hawaii, we reflected back on the week that was. It was only 5 days ago we left the hustle and bustle of Waikiki (and one last stop at California Pizza Kitchen with Cristin and Justin) and boarded a plane. Cherie's open arms greeted us at the the airport and the kids placed traditional kukui nut leis around our necks. The nuts and bark of the Kukui tree has a Spiritual meaning of light, hope, ...
We had a lazy morning, then we went to black sand beach where the sand is volcanic sand. I had a swim there but the ground under the water was full of rocks, the water was very clear and it was pretty warm. We went home and relaxed. Later we went to a restaurant called Kilauea lodge and I made some new cool glasses out of Wiki ...
... like something from Jurassic park - yes, we were on the lookout for any rogue dinosaurs.
This time we successfully located the lava tube and walked down through wet jungle to it's entrance. It looked like quite a large cave-like structure and we were getting a little worried about what creepy crawlies might be inside, but thankfully we didn't encounter anything. Well, it was too dark to see if we did... thank goodness. It ...
... we planned full day. We started in the morning heading north and found lots of interesting stops on our way. First Akaka falls - would be more suggestible during rainy season, however it was gorgeous waterfall, a bit tiny however above 440m running down from cliff. Next stop - Train museum.I would say that this stop gave us a lot of history, actually 95%25 of museum staff was donated by locals - pictures, found items etc, You can see a great part on history, how trains were used ...
... It was late afternoon now and we needed some dinner so we drove a fair way from the cottage to find a decently priced supermarket as is normal here!! And got back and Doug cooked us a spaghetti bolognaise yum!! We then checked the webcam and it seemed the weather was behaving so we went to the jaggar museum viewing platform and watched the glow of the Kilauea vent :) so amazing!! We then made our way back, had a few drinks in the hot tub and relaxed :) wooooop ...