Volcano Forest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thought that these phenomena were the works of gods. We will probably get up early tomorrow to see it again before daylight. A truly incredible awe-inspiring experience and well worth travelling all this way to see.
One disappointment is that the lava has stopped flowing down to the sea which was another spectaculars sight. We booked in August and it stopped flowing in September after many years.
hope all well with everyone, love viv
... not going to be able to get in the water! We hiked up to the top of the waterfall and let me tell you it was TOTALLY worth it!!!! There were a bunch of SAS kids up there hanging out because at the top of the waterfall there was a bunch of smaller pools that were forms and you could swim in them. We all jumped in the water and some kids started jumped off one of the cliffs into the pond pool...I was so tempted but so nervous to do it. The I thought "I'm in hawaii, I HAVE ...
... be taken lightly there was sufficient food and supplies in that store to last at least a month so all was well. So 100 bucks in groceries and a bottle of tequila ( with margarita mix) we were back into the Ford Escape and back to the old home stead. Did I mention where we come from ?.. Anyone heard of Nunavut ?.. It's in the far North of Canada, among the eastern seaboard... closer to Greenland than the rest of Canada we exist on an island that ...
Aloha nui loa! If its peace and contentment, and a bit of awe added just for good measure, visit the Volcanoes National Park on the Island of Hawaii. Kilauea has been erupting for over thirty years now and continues to draw huge crowds year round. But the National Park itself is truly the show stopper. Miles of green landscape and then the barren, black lava fields. Great ...
... then back to the house once more.
Since we had such an early morning (the parade started at 9:00 a.m.), we decided to chill around the house. Also, it had started to rain. It is the rainforest, after all.
One of the owners told us about wild pheasants that come up to the deck in the morning and evening. He keeps bird seed for them and tonight Mac fed them. Poor Josie was in the bath. Maybe she will be able to do it ...