Volcano Rainforest Retreat
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... br> The last few days have been dominated by work, work, work, but tomorrow we start a 3-day birthday weekend adventure to the other side of the island. I went to Kona back in September but I’m excited to go with Chris this time; hopefully we’ll be travelling with the top down the whole way and will take in some new sights and experiences to tell you about in my next post.
Miss you all (but not the cold!) Stay warm and take ...
... the sun was beating down on us. It was actually a bit chilly here!
We all enjoyed a nice lunch at Lava Rock, then stepped into the small grocery/general store to purchase bread and milk. Unfortunately, they didn’t have a Lava Rock t-shirt in Mark’s size, as he wanted to replace his old one.
Back at the house, we relaxed, read, blogged, watched TV and got used to our new digs.
Tomorrow: Happy Birthday America!
... National Park was brilliant, and we’d love to go back some day. Being so close to an active volcano is an amazing experience!
On Sunday we packed up a picnic, and headed off across the island to Kona. The drive took almost three hours, but we stopped along the way at Rainbow Falls in Hilo, and then at the Mauna Kea Visitor Park for lunch.
We arrived in Kona about an hour early for our manta ray snorkel trip, so killed some time at a local shopping centre, ...