Volcano Forest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... some time taste testing Ka'u coffee at a local mill. We have a bag of each to take home, so stop by when we get home and do a taste test on us. ;-) We hung pretty close to our little area until Thursday, when I couldn't stand it anymore and we had to get out and about. So we headed to Hilo, 60 miles = 1 hr 20 min. The roads are good, but the speed limit is often reduced to 45 mph. Hilo averages an incredible 127 inches of rain per year, compared to the Kona side, ...
... and down steps, down and down. Now I know what goes down must come up so I was getting a bit scared by the thought of so much uphill to come. We ended up down on the crater floor again. This time it was the Kilauea crater itself - which was pretty special since it was only a small sliver that was open since the rest was closed off - roads and trails. It didn't look that much different but I was glad that we had done it. We could see a sign prohibiting ...
... The Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated islands and the best way for us to capture all the beauty of it, is by helicopter. Our adventure begins at Hilo International Airport in a 4 seat Hughes 500 helicopter. After takeoff, we soar over the lush rainforest of the Hilo area, the vistas of Mauna Loa - Hawaii's largest mountain and the cascading waterfalls of Rainbow Falls State Park. most exciting of all is, we experience the current activity at Kilauea Volcano from ...
A two-hour drive is absolutely worthwhile when Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the destination. Even though we did not see active lava flows, the visit was awesome! While we did not plan to complete the four-mile loop through Kilauea Iki crater, once we hiked to the crater floor, it was easy to convince the kids to push on, just like we did 20 years ago. On the way to the park, we stopped to explore the ...
... literally means ' to see things as they truly are' and to accept the reality of whatever it may be, and that is all you do. You see yourself, your body and your mind for what it truly is. No imagination, no vision, no external influence, nothing. Just you. Your natural respiration and the sensations you feel from within. There are sensations all over the body every second of the day that arise and pass, arise and pass, but the everyday persons mind is not sharp enough ...