Akiko's Buddhist Bed and Breakfast
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HELLO AMERICA! I'M BACK! Last time you saw me I was 21, stressed about choreography and costumes, had never been south of the equator, and had no idea what was in store for me for this contract. But I’ve made it back alive and better than ever!
Sadly I couldn’t touch land today here in Hilo, Hawaii (the "big island") because I was on IPM ...
Tonight we had our last showing of "Do You Wanna Dance", thank goodness. We were all so ready to just kick this show in the butt and get rid of it for good. It's a great show, but it’s just so exhausting and stressful with the quick costume changes.
We were just about ready to get started and Miguel walks in. Miguel has been shadowing Elbert, our dresser, for a few shows now because Elbert is leaving with us in LA so Miguel is taking over. He walked in and said “Elbert ...
Happy birthday to me! Today I turn 22 and it is really kind of strange to say that, and I wish I could just stay 21 because it's a fun age.. but whatever, it’s my birthday!
Today is yet another sea day but it is unique in that we are crossing the equator once again! So of course we have that same "Crossing the Line" ceremony I explained in October. And remember at the very end of it we have a big food fight! Chocolate sauce, ...
... completely dark, we went up a side road to a little overlook where we could do some star gazing. The sky was absolutely amazing. The Milky way could be easily seen, and the constellations of Orion, Cassiopeia, Andromeda and Capricorn as well as Mars, the Northern Star and Sirus were all visible. The moon was still fairly small but it still drowned out a good bit of the sky. We could also see some light pollution from Hilo even though there are regulations in ...
... as it got dark the glow got brighter and brighter.
Then on to Volcano House (the only lodge in the park) for dinner. Our reservation was for 7:10 so we had time for a cocktail before dinner.
Our table had a view of the volcano and they dimmed the lights in the restaurant so we could see the glow from there. Food was great and service very good.
A wonderful ...