Volcano Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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C’est chargée comme une mule, que la Groumie Mo-K-Ben embarque le 27 juin 2015 pour un vol Honolulu/Kona, direction Big Island (le nom maori de Big Island est Hawaii), la plus grande île de l’archipel Hawaïen.
D’en haut nous voyons bien le cratère de Diamond Head où nous avons crapahuté quelques …
... we went to Hilo on Monday. We did the same doors-off trip we were booked together on with Brie & Ryan last week. I had a little tear before we got on, wishing they were here with us. But then it got a little crazy and there was no time for anything but pure adrenaline. ;-) Our pilot, Pete, flew in several of the recent U.S. wars, so we felt pretty safe with him. But those first few moments of feeling the rotors spin and getting lift-off, then curling up into the ...
... at the museum but it was quite small - they did have examples of the different types of lava and several examples of Pele's hair - fine strands of glass spewed out of the crater eruption - like the young woman ranger showed us on our first walk in the park. So it turned out rather anticlimactic for our second day at the park. I wanted to take another look at the eruption of Kilauea since the ranger (with surfer dude daddy) exuded ...
... other goodies to supplement our lunch, and Pam met us there. The three of us headed off to Lili'uokalani Park for lunch and a photo shoot. This park is delightful - lots of water, Japanese-style bridges, pagodas, and arches. We had lunch on the red covered bridge, and spent quite a bit of time walking the grounds and taking pictures. We stopped by the Wailoa ...
... In amongst the large orchid collection they had a couple big parrots in cages. Not quite sure how that fit with 'garden', but it's definitely tropical. I even managed to get pretty close to a gecko that was hanging out on their enclosure. From there, it was a little walk down towards the ocean. You could even get down to the water if you wanted.
After we had taken in our fill of the garden (and made sure we'd been on every pathway), we ...