Volcano Fern Forest Retreat
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... sad, it was his country's Christmas eve.
Our first stop was Hilo…on the Big Island of Hawaii, arriving an hour later than originally scheduled. We spent 61/2 hours touring the island viewing beaches, a tropical rain forest and volcanic mountains. It was supposed to be 41/2 hours, but I think they were making up for our unfortunate late start. ...
... effect of, “We’re the last ones out here – make sure we get back alright?” to which Ted answered, “Yeah sure, we’ll wait for you”. I remember looking back once after we passed the couple and seeing them not too far behind us, but when we got back to the car less than ten minutes later and looked back, we couldn’t see them at all! There are no big trees on lava fields and you can see out for ...
... full of fruit I don't know the names of) and took some pictures of the the more historic buildings. There aren't too many, as the town is relatively new, with few buildings more than a hundred years old. There are even fewer old buildings due to the two tsunamis the town has survived in the last 80 years. The town of Volcano was about 30 minutes away, up at the top of mountain, but a fairly easy drive, so we had no problems finding our accommodation.
The next day ...
... in the surf and sand, but there was no lunch place in sight.
Back in the car, we decided to just drive the final 40 miles to Volcanoes, find our rental home and catch a bite in the town. We satisfied the kid’s appetites temporarily with some snacks we had in the car. Mark got his national park entrance photo at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in the drizzling rain, and we proceeded on, easily finding our rental home.
... My favorite was the coconut. Also before leaving Hilo, we decided to go to the grocery store to get some snacks and more water for the hike that night. We got tropical fruit snacks, granola bars, large water bottles (we were told we should have three liters of water per person on the hike), and marshmallows, roasting sticks, and two whisks. I'll explain these last three, unusual purchase later.
Our hotel is Volcano Inn. Apparently we are ...