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... turtle, which is always a treat.
Friday, we got more data for our semester project. This site is 10,000 years old, and it was beautiful. The area was very forested, and there were many birdsongs to be heard. By the end of the semester, maybe I'll be able to spot them!
It was another beautiful week in paradise! Next week will be spent in Kauai, and the following week we will be in Maui. I will have limited internet access, so I will update when I ...
... nice one, don’t be confused that you have to pass a resort before you get to the public beach. I saw several turtles in the water, but unfortunately my camera battery was empty, so I could only take some photos. I drove to another beach, but A-Bay was the better one. Then I went to Kona to get a mobile phone simcard for America what was some kind of a challenge and really annoying as it took ages until I left the store again. It was ...
... in stages, as Mauna Kea is 14000ft up. We spent about half an hour looking around the visitor centre which is a little way down from the summit. I aptly ate a Milky Way ;-) They had a telescope rigged up, with filters so you could look at the sun safely. You could see sun spots and flares clearly - really fantastic. We then made our way up to the summit, where Dino told us about all the telescopes like Gemini and so on, and where we ...
... great men & women of the past whose rewards, that are in heaven are there because of the many people who have been given the seeds of truth from them, and tended those seeds and followed in the gifting and their exploits for the kingdom of God are their reward in heaven. I know that much of Dutch’s reward in heaven is what he has taught and Holy Spirit has used through me for the glory of God.
Sometimes it’s ...
... thinks that knowing ten Hawaiian words makes him fluent in the language, we find that using plain old English is easier and more effective.
4. Back home, signs and instructions are often given in English and Spanish. In Hawaii, the alternative language is Japanese.
5. It seems like everything is a long drive away in Hawaii. Even on a seemingly small island, it still can take hours to get from place to place.