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The day after my birthday I embarked on another pieceof scenic driving this time along the Southern end of Hawai'i, to Volcanoes National Park, where I joined a bicycle tour through the park led by a chipper geologist. The scenery was once again incredible. Some of the volcanoes that make up the Island of Hawai'i are still very much ...
... surf and salt spray. We walked along the edge of land, found places to perch and enjoyed the show. Truly a breath of fresh air!
I almost jumped out of my skin - what was this sound behind me? It was pitch black but there was this slightest hint of a silhouette of a..... well, I ...
... floor is inhabited with locals mostly farming taro ( which poi is made from). Also, most of the people live off the grid, which means they have no utilities of any kind. There also are wild horses on the valley floor. We rode the horses on roads, across streams, and down the streams. Flowers and fruit were everywhere. After the horse back ride, we sampled just picked fresh star fruit, yummy! We rode ...
... our favourite places of our whole time away. Also, we can't thank Patricia enough for her hospitality and kindness. She really helped make our stay so wonderful and we couldn't have found anywhere more perfect to stay. Although we never got to say goodbye properly, we left her a note and she has been in touch by email. We would wholeheartedly recommend anyone coming here to go and stay with her. So with great sadness we say Mahalo and Aloha to the Big Island and our Hawaiian mum, Patricia! ...
... We took our time driving back to the park entrance and just enjoyed the views. Once out of the park we drove the short distance to the Lava Rock Cafe for dinner. There was a small gift shop next door so we visited with hopes of finding some good park t-shirts. This store didn't have any touristy gifts and definitely no t-shirts but there were some really pretty quilts. All the quilts were Hawaiian and very fun to look at.
Other places to stay in Volcano
11-3832 Second Street., Volcano | Villafrom $148
- Enjoyed our stay at the Volcano Inn on Second Street!
- Volcano Inn was great!
- Nice but noisy