Hapu'u Fern Cottage at Volcano Village
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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
... its trunk. I find an elliptical clearing marked by large rocks. I start to step over the rocks to enter the clearing and one foot stops in mid-air. I’m not meant to be within the circle. I feel energy emanating from three-three foot high stone circles in the clearing and sense this is a place meant only for those who are part of its history and culture. In the middle stone circle, a ...
... across the crater, steaming vents, and tons of experiences to add to a lifetime of memories.
There are lots of inns and hotels, rooms to rent nearby but a stay in the Volcano Rainforest Lodge, located near mile marker 23 on Hwy 11, only a couple of miles from the park entrance is recommended. Located in the center of three acres of rain forest, this is almost ...
... of living in a community is that when one person gets sick it spreads like wildfire.) And while I generally have a robust immune system, I think my chronic dehydration made me susceptible to this recent bug.
I can’t remember my point to all this. Maybe I’m just griping a bit. While this week has had lots of great moments and episodes of kindness - including my lovely Swiss friend letting me ...
... then were escorted back off the runway as the next group got ready for their helicopter tour. We drove back to our hotel, finished packing up, and then checked out. It was time to drive to another part of the island, and explore the beautiful scenery over there.
After leaving the airport we made a quick stop in front of the public library. There is a large stone there - very large. Tradition says the Naha Stone was brought by canoe ...