Lotus Garden Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... flowing lava. We went on a short walk to get to the tube which we then walked through. From there we hiked a short distance to the Kilauea Iki Crater. The views were spectacular. Being that close to a active volcano was a pretty neat experience to say the least. Recently lava has been threatening towns of the east coast of the Big Island as a new lava flow is making it's way down the mountain.
After a few hours in the park we went to the Big Islands only winery. ...
... the nuts you could want.
Tonight we leave Hilo but are having a big bash on the pool deck and if we get shots of the volcano spilling lava into the sea I will send those out when we get home, hopefully late on the 16th. We have three flights to get home and the potential for many connection problems so we will see what happens. Until then, this is the K & D Blog over and out.
... more speed on this one.
Each line gets a little longer and higher. The fourth line gave us our first taste of what was to come as it took us over a small ravine, where we practiced how to steer (you turn your body by turning the hand that holds the carabiner). It was very hard to take pictures as you're zipping along so I eventually gave up trying.
The fifth line at 600 ft long, showed us our first waterfall. We also got to ...
... our friends Angela and Andrea we hiked the Kilauea Iki Trail which took us down through lush rain forest to the solid Kilauea Iki crater lava lake. We walked across the crater thankful for the cooling rain and occasionally surprised by steam escaping from cracks and crevices in the crater floor. The contrast of lush rain forest with barren fields of lava rock that I’ve described earlier is especially stark here.
... we were too far away, just all of the smoke. It smelled more like sulphur than at the Steam Vents, which we had viewed earlier. We walked around the museum, checked out the seismographs, listened briefly to a Ranger talk, then back to the car.
A military camp was right down the road, and we had heard we could pick up groceries there. The kids are going through almost a gallon of milk a day. We picked up a few supplies from the ...