Volcano Country Cottages
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... on our time on the Big Island, we will remember the crazy volcanoes and black lava everywhere, mixed with the beautiful green rainforests and rugged coastlines. We paid our tribute to this weird and wonderful island by taking a helicopter tour on Monday. Yes, we got off the ground this time! :D We decided on Saturday that if we could get the same discounted helicopter fare that they had given us because of the mixup last week, we would go. They agreed no problem, ...
... gallery since everything was for sale - but they had a lot of nice work. We decided to go to the other gallery/museum in Volcano Village before it closed, but it was closed when we got there. We then decided to scope out Volcano Village itself and saw a few cafes, a big Ace hardware, the post office and a few other businesses in a several block radius. Having seen Volcano, we headed back to the Jagger Museum.
I think I learned some ...
... to Count Arthur driving through Hawaiian volcanic countryside. Normal average day there for you! First of all we checked out a sulphur vent trail, where vents were emitting the stuff. You could see where sulphur had crystallised, and you could definitely smell it! In fact, whole parts of the park were closed off because high levels of sulphur were being omitted. The first road block I've ever seen thanks to sulphur :-p We also checked out a trail of steam vents. It ...
After the usual morning prep and packing a lunch, we headed up the road apiece to the Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo & Gardens. It's not a huge issue, but we spent a delightful hour or so looking at the animals on display and the lush tropical grounds. Then we stop by the KTA market to pick up some POG (our favorite island drink of Passion fruit, orange and guava ...
... spaces, or in our city's hothouse gardens. I've been to orchid shows in Edmonton and in New Zealand, I've tried my hand at properly photographing them and painting them, but I don't think I've ever seen them in their natural habitat / growing wild. I know there are many different types of orchids, but it was amazing to see so many different kinds all in once place. I might have overdone it with the orchid photos, but they were just so pretty!