Volcano Rainforest Retreat
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... when a river of lava gradually builds solid walls and a ceiling. When the lava flow stops and the last of it passes downhill, a cave is formed.
Have a look at the photos to see what there is to see – walking through the lava tube with Kathlyn was kind of like a treasure hunt – along our path was pink tape on the ground marking some important findings – we saw lots of signs ...
... and it’s glowing. Yep, that was pretty exciting, there’s more glow from the end of one of my lit cigarettes. Complete dud. And it’s cold and misty and I’m tired and it’s a long drive home. What a waste of time. “There is no lava” Antek had assured us.
Well, there’s certainly none in the NP, it’s everywhere else. There's a huge outbreak taking out a forest as it rolls down the hillside somewhere back towards ...
... I just don't think it gets any prettier than this. We also especially enjoyed the walkways through the gardens. You truly felt like you were in a rainforest.
We had read that there was a place called What's Shakin' that sells great smoothies. It was just a short drive from the gardens. All the reviews said it was a must! The smoothies are made from frozen fruit rather than fruit with ice added. It's all natural and were told ...