A Volcanic Restaurant
When we went on our self-driven tour of the island yesterday, we had a rather unusual lunch. The meal itself was not that unusual, but the way it was cooked was. We ate barbequed chicken with French fries, and the barbeque was a volcano. You could even go in and see it, a big, round hole in the ground with a metal latticework over it. It was a great lunch, and the show going on outside of the window was pretty cool too. Every so often, a guy would come and pour some water into these small tubes emerging from the ground. He would approach the hole with a bucket, pour it in, and then run away. The hole would then gurgle for a few seconds, followed by a sudden blast of water that shot up 20 feet into the air. It was obvious that these tubes led to the volcano. It was a really cool place to eat, and the geysers were interesting too.
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