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... emptyness, wet, dry, anything. I will give you an example of why you may create some sort of aversion to the unpleasant sensation and a craving towards the more pleasant sensations. If your leg is numb, your head has pressure, your chest is tingling, your hand has cramp, your back has tension, your feet are cold and your eyes are itching, all at the same time, you are not going to be naturally having the best time of your life. Controlling your mind not to react to any one ...
Today's the day we finally go to Hawaii!!!
We're on a non stop flight from JFK to Honolulu, a staggering 11 hours. Then we change planes for our hop over to the Big Island where we'll split the next 7 days between Hilo and Waikoloa.
We decided to try carry on luggage only and as we stood in the terminal looking at other bags we wondered if they were going to be a problem. ...
... wrong could I be !! We kept going.
The gardens were called Queen Lil’uokalani Gardens and if I get back to Hilo again, I would visit there !
We made a right hand turn onto the main road, past the festivities and craft market which I couldn’t see as they were set a fair way back and past more gardens with a statue of King Kameheameha.
We drove past the “uptown” ...
... every year. This rain and cloud covered nixed the live experience. So I 'm snuggled in bed, listening to the rain and imagining on the screen of my mind the meteors dashing across the sky above me. Here's a photo that I found on the web – so we can all enjoy the show! This Geminid Meteor Shower is visible to everyone around the globe! I would not have even known about this had I not seen a list ...
... and the pools are a bit ****. It’s windy and not sunny and they don’t look very attractive.
We haul all the way back up the main highway and decide to head off at dusk to see ‘the glow’, it looks like this is the nearest we’ll ever get to lava.
Nearly an hours drive later in the pouring rain in the increasing dark we finally make it into Volcano NP with the hundreds of other tourists. We make our way to the edge of the ...