Lotus Garden Cottages
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... dogs were barking so we made our way back to the lodge and showered before dinner. This was our second night eating at the lodge and, needless to say, this place does not disappoint. The chef is a "main-lander" from San Francisco; he focuses on wild game and fresh, local veggies. This night, I had the Elk Chop; grilled and then roasted into a red-wine sauce with mushrooms, onions and garlic.
I probably overate while in volcano. But we had beautify weather the whole time. ...
Hi everyone! Wow, it's hard to believe that it’s November already! I have been in Hawaii for over two months and have about three weeks left. Since we rented a car (a 2003 Sebring Convertible), Chris and I have been able to make the most of our free time. The last two Saturdays we ventured out to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It is an amazing place that anyone who visits Hawaii should definitely put on their "Must Do" list.
... eruption, we got back in the car and headed for the Jaggar Museum.
On our way to the museum, we stopped at the Steam Vents. Josie wanted to get out and feel the steam. It didn’t smell like sulphur, but it was really warm. Lots of condensation, like getting pressed at the dry cleaners. On to the Jaggar Museum.
From the museum’s viewing area you had a better look at the volcano, but we still couldn’t see ...
... as seen from the air, with the blue-green water stretching out as far as the eye could see. There was a ribbon of white along the beaches, where the surf crashed into the sand.
Soon, we were flying over recent lava flows, and could see where people had rebuilt their houses on top of the lava after the lava had destroyed their previous houses. There were even roads bulldozed into the lava, and showed as red lines crossing the ...
... is our first stop of the day....and what an adventure it would become. Going to the green beach requires a 4x4 vehicle. No problem....we had one of those. Our rental contract of course told us that we were not allowed to visit Mauna Kea and the green beach but we are basically taking the chance an ignoring the agreement we signed. I had heard that there would be men in vehicles who would drive tourist to the unknown beach for $20 each way but we decided that we would ...