Kamuela's Mauna Kea View Bed and Breakfast
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... off their nice young bodies. The high point was the fire dance. The young man who did the fire dance twirled the fire batons around at high speed - close to his body in a quite spectacular way. So we didn't mind being cold so much - the performance was outdoors in a shopping mall. The wind makes it quite cool even though it was in the low 80's or high 70's. We really had a hard time believing it was so warm when we felt so cold.
When we got our cocktails - ...
... already (which is very early here as well - at 5:40). I wanted to go to the Captain Cook Monument on the next day to see dolphins, so I was looking for a place to sleep close by. That task was quite annoying as well because the road got really windy, there were just no place to stop and people were too stupid to turn off the big light. I also got lost in the darkness for a moment but finally found a place in a side street to a macadamia nuts ...
... watch the sun go down. It was very cold so we were wrapped in hats and gloves, and borrowed jackets. We ate some sandwiches and watched the sun go down, and the views were genuinely breath taking. We were high enough to see Maui which was 80km away from us! Being above the clouds to see the sunset was really something. We then headed back down with the Stars coming out to have some hot chocolate, and listen to Dino who used a ...
... a new Christian and having ‘old timers in the faith’ in your church or other Christian circles, not know about intercession; prayer yes, intercession not a clue. And then you feel foolish and think you might have gotten it wrong until someone comes along side you who has the same gifting and encourages you, walks it out with you and sees what you see, knows what you know and carries what you carry. Some even write books about ...
... and a lot of dolphins. After our dive, the dolphins swarmed our boat and flipped and played. There must have been 50 of them.
That night we met at the Lava Lava Beach Club restaurant for the prettiest sunset of our visit. We had dinner on the beach and left briefly for their 4th of July fireworks show. It was a lot of fun and really enjoyed getting to spend time with friends (old and ...
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