Volcano Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over; you really get an idea of what you are looking at. The walls of the "well" look like tree bark. What happened was, when the cooler lava flows came through this area the trees were also very damp. The lava flowed around the tree and encapsulated it. Over the years, the trees then rotted out leaving their mold in the dirt. Some of the molds were only 6-8 feet deep while others seemed bottomless (or at least really dark down there).
We made our way back up ...
Every morning more birds than I've ever heard join a chorus outside our window
I look up at an octagonal wood beamed ceiling in the shape of sunbeams
I feel like I’m in a cocoon surrounded by jungle with ...
We have seen some geckos in the house. They are pretty shy and run and hide if we move towards them. As I went into the bathroom this morning, I was greeted by one of these geckos. He scampered up to the rafters where another gecko was hanging out. Our first stop this morning was to the Maku'u craft and farmers market. These farmers markets are big around here. There are a lot of fruits and Vegs that we don't see on ...
Up at 6.00am as usual and after breakfast departed from Manu Mele for the airport. A short 40 minute flight on at 56 seater Bombardier and we arrived at Hilo. Yet another Alamo car and 20 minutes later we arrived at Dolphin Bay Hotel. The hotel is charming with complimentary tiny bananas and papaya from the garden. John the owner is a fountain of knowledge. After settling in we walked to the town for some lunch and to pick up supplies. The town is ...
... MAGNIFICIENT--Nature at its best.
We passed through Puna, the papaya capital of the world, on our way to Rainbow Falls and the boiling pots. Rainbow Falls and the boiling pots, which were not churning today, are a short distance apart. Both are part of the Wailuku River.
Sadly, it was time to return to the ship. Thanks to Scott, we had seen many of the best places on the Big Island.