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... blazing orange steam in the dark from the Jagger Museum lookout. It was nice but we couldn't really see lots of hot, molten lava. Alas. We returned to the house for showers, uploading photos, blogging and watching people buy beach houses in the Caribbean on TV. Kara is already asleep. I am finished here and need to shower. Unfortunately, I haven't gotten to my postcards which I had intended to do tonight. It's almost 11 pm so it will have to wait until tomorrow.
For our second week in Hawai'i, we traveled to Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. We spent most of Monday traveling there from Waimea. When we arrived, we pitched our tents and took a walk to see Halema'u'ma'u Crater, which is Kilauea Volcano's active crater. You can't see it from the distance you are required to stand away for safety's sake, but there is an active lava lake in the crater. It's crazy to think how close we were to active lava!
... we had $150 and it's been taken off which is great. We were picked up off the ship, there was 14 of us going to the same place but only 7 of us doing the doors off. Believe it or not out of the the 14 on the bus, they were all Australian except for two! Not unsimilar to our last helicopter flight, we were weighed and allocated a seat after we watched a video of the beautiful heritage and scenery of Hawaii. The safety brief was minimal and quick. We moved out onto the ...
Photo album: Volcanoes!
The day after my birthday I embarked on another pieceof scenic driving this time along the Southern end of Hawai'i, to Volcanoes National Park, where I joined a bicycle tour through the park led by a chipper geologist. The scenery was once again incredible. Some of the volcanoes that make up the Island of Hawai'i are still very much ...
... could find yourself doing this every 5 minutes.
In the afternoon of day four you learn vipassana which is a 2 hour teaching for which you must sit, back and neck up right, with full concentration on the self. What you do in vipassana is move the attention, the entire attention, to the very tip of your head, only a fingernail size, to the pinpoint top of your head and you wait until you feel a sensation. Whatever sensation it may be it doesn't matter. You then become aware ...