Belle Vue Kona B&B
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I was at church today and a pastor from India was there and he gave the message this morning. I started crying and remembered the piece of God's heart for India He placed in my heart years ago. Maybe I'll get to go to India for outreach next year.
As I was swimming with the fish Friday I was noticing how different they were. Each had its own unique coloring, fin placements, shapes and ...
... confident, knowledgable and helpful. Once we anchored at our spot, the crew threw out a surfboard which had handles around the edge and lights underneath. Then it was our turn to get off the boat by just jumping over the side. Once we all had our handle on the surfboard and our noodle in place, we could look below us. At first there was just one (which us still amazing as they are an average of 6-7ft wide) doing ...
... wine and sunburn, then overheard some people pointing out a pod of spinner dolphins a couple hundred feet past the reef. This vacation would be too normal if we didn't take risks, so we decided to try and swim out to them. (Don't think of sharks). 20 minutes and 4 very tired thighs later, and we were in the area where they were playing. First Contact! The amazing, super intelligent aliens swam right under us. (Don't think of sharks). Then came and breached right in front of our ...
... a lot of Hawaiian native birds and are now considered a serious pest - similar to the Australian cane toad.
Anyhow back to our tour. Grant was our tour guide and took us to a coffee plantation, the black sands beach we had already visited, and then onto the Volcanoes National Park.
We walked around the rim of the Kilauea Iki crater which is a smaller crater next to the main one that is erupting. This ...
... any of us get to see very often. Nice young men (we didn’t see any women) on their way somewhere, or maybe coming home, we hope.
We boarded the plane and had two and two: Mark and Mac in row 9; Cheryl and Josie in row 10 with the children taking the window seats. Mac loved pointing out the various landscapes and asked the flight attendants what we were traveling over. We saw Colorado’s mountains and Nevada’s beigeness. The flight ...