Aloha Happy Place
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... later after we get back from the viewing.
Wow, the colours were beautiful of the glow of the lava lake in Kilauea Cauldron. There was steam, smoke and gasses which also were moving but you probably do not get this effect when looking at the still shot.
Again, another amazing and interesting day.
... like. So I'l start by saying that the underlying philosophy of vipassana mediation is that 'everything that happens on the outside creates a sensation on the inside' (Goenka - vipassana Guru).There are many different types of meditation and some of which I have tried. The very large majority of them involve some sort of visualisation, imagination, focus on some non existent object or some ritual, chanting or something else. Each meditation technique however is focused on ...
... and following a group who looked like they knew where they were going. We ended up braking off from the group once we got to downtown Hilo and ended up being with 3 other students from the ship (Thomas, Darcy, and Ryan) and we all headed to Rainbow Falls. IT WAS SO HOT. We were walking all up hill and felt like we were never going to get to the waterfall. We walked for about an hour and a half two hours until we finallly reached rainbow fa;;s and we were so worried ...
... with kitchen bedrooms, bath and all of the amenities. Not that the internet would not work as there was a gigantic lava flow between the house and the router so we had to go up to the school to use the internet.. Yes, I said school. More on that later. Once we had arrived and got settled in we decided to head into the nearest little town to buy a few supplies to get us through the next few breakfasts and any minor snacks etc we would need and ...
... we were too far away, just all of the smoke. It smelled more like sulphur than at the Steam Vents, which we had viewed earlier. We walked around the museum, checked out the seismographs, listened briefly to a Ranger talk, then back to the car.
A military camp was right down the road, and we had heard we could pick up groceries there. The kids are going through almost a gallon of milk a day. We picked up a few supplies from the ...