Volcano Country Cottages
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... artistry vibe in this town. Its Santa Cruz, minus the drugs and traffic.
After my run, we had breakfast at the Kilauea Lodge, where we stayed. Breakfast is included in your rate so there is an added bonus. Robert ordered an omelet (pretty standard) and I had the one "exotic" thing on the menu. And by exotic, I mean weird. A hash containing Italian sausage, eggs, potatoes, cheese and (wait for it, this is the exotic part) pickles. I can say with 100% certainty ...
... and eventually we arrived at the Thurston Lava Tube. Lava from Kilauea either leaves the volcano from the main cone or through tubes that it creates in the rocks, which eventually reach the surface some distance from the main cone. As the magna lake rises and falls within the volcano, these tubes fill and empty, often leaving a tidemark along the tube wall where the level in the tube was constant for a period of time.
Back to the bus, a ...
... airport to Hilo on the Big Island for the following day! Geez, glad to have learned this way rather than when we arrived!
There is something about the greeting "Aloha". I say it and a smile comes to my face. Maybe it's the way “aloha” rolls off my lips, a three syllable word rather than ...
... Lava Rock Café once again. There’s really not a lot to choose from in Volcano Village, so we thought that was as good as anything. Nothing spectacular, but Mark and Cheryl enjoyed a beer with their burgers and the kids seemed content with taking a break and getting something in their stomachs.
Mac had been itching to go bowling ever since he had heard that there was a bowling alley at the ...
... animal! We looked around for more but this one seemed to be solo tonight. We were so happy to finally see the Hawaiian state bird! We took many pictures of this neat bird and then drove on. We stopped at the steam vents. These were fascinating. One, the steam was incredibly warm and now that we were cool, it felt so great. There were lots of pennies that had been thrown to the bottom but we decided to skip this tradition.