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Travel Blogs from Pahoa
... with people all day, I never got to fully enjoy the sun from up their, but I sat on the bottom deck and did some homework and emailed for awhile. I just look around and see no land, nothing but clear blue water for miles, people laying out doing their homework in beach chairs on a ship, and I have to remind myself this is school...Oh, have I told you all how much a love my roommate...because I LOVE MY ROOMMATE. We had ...
... and see the sunrise! So hopefully I can see it!! I had my global music class, which is awesome we listen to music the whole time and my professor is planning to compose a piece of music with all of us by the end of the semester! Literally we wait around all day for eating time, you can't just eat whenever you want...its just breakfast for and hour and a half, same for lunch and dinner. We play a lot of games and cards, it's like ...
... been a very frustrating day trying to navigate through unfamiliar websites especially when they don't respond to your commands but thanks to Sue we have got there.
I think I will have to take her shopping tomorrow.
Only one picture today which is of a very pooped little computer, Conrad. Can you see the steam coming out of him?
Cheers for now.
22nd November - Friday
Flags were half mast today, we found out it was 50 years that John F Kennedy was shot and it is also Russell and John Dad's Birthday today, we didn't know they were both on the same day.
After our healthy Hawaiian breakfast.
It is a lovely day here so off we went back up to Hawaii ...
19th November - Wednesday
Quite a nice day to explore, we are on the lower eastern side of the island, where the lava has entered the Pacific Ocean. We drove around the coast,
stopping at places of interest, the cooled lava at Kalapana is amazing ...