Crater Rim Cabin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... equanimity or equanimity is more than awareness then the technique will not work. That and the understanding of impermanence.
The sensations mean something. They are there naturally but they also have a significance to whatever your unconscious mind is working through. So remember I gave the example of the strings and the knots. When you start not reacting to the physical sensations you feel in meditation, you stop tying knots. The more you meditate and the more established ...
... way to the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden which was the primary reason why we took this tour. Along the way our guide explained the natural formations of the islands of Hawaii and the natural disasters that have befallen the islands including volcanic activity and various times when hit by a Tsunami.
By about 11.30am, we had arrived at the Botanical Gardens and after a quick look at the gift shop, we wandered down the steep boardwalk stopping ...
... craters road for lunch. We stopped at a lookout that had views of south-point and the 1959 flows. Most of the land is now green and grassy, it would probably make for happier cows than California could produce. (My sandwich, by the way, was delicious!!)
After lunch we headed to the bird sanctuary. This is, pretty much, precisely how it sounds. A 2 mile loop through an area where birds are protected and thick. We saw peacocks and a handful of other species that ...
... on that cooled lava. How cool is that?
We continue on down the slope and come upon an oasis among the lava field. The bright green of the foliage somehow seemed greener and more lush set against this dramatic steep slow of lava as we take in the big picture of ...
... Coast of the Big Island.
We go around the massive monolith of Mauna Kea, all 13796 feet of it, and Antek lands us gracefully into Hilo. A real flight, in our own little plane. I question why I didn’t get my pilots licence years ago, this is pretty cool. Mind you, I’ve never landed a plane in a hairy crosswind…yet…
We check into our hotel and go for a cruise in the hire care through Old Hilo Town. It’s ...