Volcano Forest Inn

Address: 19-4034 Old Volcano Road, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96785, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 19-4034 Old Volcano Road, Volcano, is near Kilauea Iki Trail, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, Volcano Winery, and Cooper Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Volcano

    Hawaii, Vipassana, The Big Island

    A travel blog entry by i.a.c. on May 21, 2014

    1 photo

    ... were unconsciously swept under the carpet and which manifests themselves physically as sensations on the body.

    This is how the mental and physical aspect of the technique interlink together.

    So as you can imagine, my second course was a little more difficult than my first as my mind became sharper and my attention stronger. Working through some quite difficult hours of the day you almost start to wonder why you put yourself in that position in the first place. It ...

    Hello Hilo !!!

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 24, 2014

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... a photo of the tree in full bloom but did take a photo of the flower resting against my hand. We were told there was another tree in the garden of the same species but with red flowers however we must have missed it !!

    We made our way to the waterfall, took some happy snaps, then followed the path around past Lily Lake and then to the Bird House. Just before the bird house there were lots of plantings of Bromeliads in one section and ...

    First Day in Volcano

    A travel blog entry by angiebuh on Feb 22, 2014

    13 photos

    ... over; you really get an idea of what you are looking at. The walls of the "well" look like tree bark. What happened was, when the cooler lava flows came through this area the trees were also very damp. The lava flowed around the tree and encapsulated it. Over the years, the trees then rotted out leaving their mold in the dirt. Some of the molds were only 6-8 feet deep while others seemed bottomless (or at least really dark down there).

    We made our way back up ...

    Off the beaten path at Volcano National Park

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Dec 13, 2013

    67 photos

    ... br>

    And so the day goes in different areas of the park. Where the lava field has added land to the island, we see the ocean crashing waves against the cliffs. We follow Warren as he once again takes off into a lava field with us following a short distance behind and we see a sign that the fishing here is reserved only for native Hawaiian residents of the Kalapana area. ...

    Away to Hilo, American takeaway

    A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Aug 15, 2013

    8 photos

    ... very ample and no doubt goes straight onto my ever increasing waistline, American style.
    J-she and I cruise up to Honoli’i surf park just on dusk. It’s just of out of town on a rocky beach and heaps of locals are ripping it up at the only surf spot in Hilo. Yay. I’m a practicing ‘land-shark’- someone who watches surfing but never goes in themselves.
    We had planned to go see ‘the glow’ of ...