After seeing some of the beautiful pieces of artwork and furniture on the island, I began to look at the possibility of getting some pieces back to the mainland. The website is actually quite informa...
In Hawaii, you can watch the sunset like a fire sink into the red-orange sea, feel the fresh air filled with flowers, and sit at the beach and drink a cup of fragrant Kona coffee. I am afraid there is no place in the world that can provide you with such enjoyment.
TIPS: Kona Coffee ranks third in the world, behind Indonesian cat coffee and Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. Ueshima is the most famous coffee garden on the Big Island of Hawaii. Here, you can personally participate in the baking of coffee. Belong to your own exclusive coffee.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
I like nature and peace of life. There are very few tourism developments on the Big Island. So here is a sign at the entrance, so the park is so famous that I cant remember the name of the park... There are several on the Big Island. The beach is very special, there are white sand beaches, black sand beaches and green beaches. I went to the black and white beaches because it was a weekend and I saw the whole family coming out to the beach to enjoy the sun. The children are sitting on the beach for a few months and they feel like they are free-range. In short, the waves are very big, the waves are very white, the sea is very clear, everything is so leisurely. The special climate of the Big Island leads to different vegetation belts along the road. From the volcanic stones that grow in the grass, to the stubbornly growing hay, to the shorter shrubs and tall trees, I feel like I have gone to different countries in one day. Almost every family will grow their own fruit, so there is basically no fruit. The volcanic climate of the Big Island makes the soil very fertile, and the seedlings do not need to be fertilized. The tour guide told me that he planted onions and leeks in his backyard, which is very northeast. A lot of sheep will be seen along the road, but the people here dont eat sheep...so the sheep are very flooded, so its in China, and theres no wool left.
The Big Island is a veritable volcanic island with five shielded volcanoes, among which Maunaloa and Kilauea are the world's two largest modern active volcanoes. In 1916, the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park was established on the island. The volcanic eruption of various periods and the landscapes left by various volcanic eruptions are the most worthwhile attractions on the Big Island. The volcanic park is 22 acres in size and is within driving distance of some open areas. The caves in the volcanic park are actually the passages of the volcanic eruption magma. The crater that once erupted is now silent. The black hole is like a big iron pot. The cooled magma becomes a black and sturdy land with various textures. After dark, it is the best time to appreciate the crater. On the observation deck, you can see the crater of the magma rolling. The magma and the fire in the crater will reflect the gas emitted in a red, dark night sky. Zhongwei is spectacular. If you want to see the flowing magma at a closer distance, there are ways to go by boat, by helicopter, or even on foot.
Also known as the volcanic island, the Big Island is an island in Hawaii's islands, erupted by five volcanoes. The top of Mauna Kea on the north side of the island is covered with snow all year round, so the locals call it Baishan. Here is a very good Mauna Kea Observatory that can simultaneously observe the stars in the northern and southern hemispheres. On the southeastern side of the island is the Kilauea volcano, which has been flowing out of lava for twenty years. The volcanic eruptions here are not accompanied by huge explosions and disasters like other places, but rather rather gentle. There are two airports on the island and Kona Airport on the west side, surrounded by more mid-to-high-end resort hotels, suitable for leisure vacations.