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... at least 50 of them but they don't 'know' me and I don't 'know' them. Superficial interactions with people, even when we pray for and with them for a moment, we can do all day and that is not fellow shipping.
I know alot of you don't have issues in this area like I do and bless you, would you pray for those of us who do. For those like me, I just want to encourage you with this today and if you are not fellow shipping with like minded people (just ...
... good. Brian thinks it has been the best meal of the trip. The place was really small but really good. Back to the condo pool for the afternoon. We met a family at the pool who were looking for a short trip to do this afternoon so we told them about the hike. They headed out and I sure hope they liked it as much as we did.
We headed into Kona tonight for one last time. Stopped in a few stores to browse around. ...
... and Moli's choice was the Milk Chocolate with Coconut covered.
Brian and Moli then decided we would go to Hawaii Volcano National Park. Glad we did! Very interesting. Even though we had to endure the rain we got to see a lot. Steam Vents, Active Volcano & Lava Tube. The steam vents were very warm & all over the place. We had to use our towels to keep dry when hiking through the Lava tube. The Lava Tube was ...
... deliciously sneaky as I was plannong to gatecrash the expensive Mantay Ray swimming tours which come to the Sheraton every evening for the congregation of Mantas attracted by the hotel's lights. This had been a tip by one of the girls on the sailing boat with Harm a few days earlier. Finding a spot to enter the water safely was a bit of a task, but once in I could already see some kayaks and a little boat on the water. Within a few minutes the sun had set completely and a ...
... was repeatedly patting its tail on the surface of the water, amazing. After the excursion we weren’t ready to get back on the ship so we went to a beach near the dock and relaxed, swam, and snorkeled some more.
As the ship was ready to leave Hawaii, there was a Farewell Lei Ceremony. At poolside (because environmentally we can’t throw them over the side of the ship) everyone threw in their leis as our location guide said a Hawaiian chant and told us the significance ...
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