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... Moonbow! Wow I've never seen annoying like that a rainbow at night this a relatively rare thing.
A moonbow according to Wikipedia is a rainbow produced by light reflecting off the surface of the moon refracting off the moisture in the air.
So you need a full moon on a partially clear night and you need a bit of moisture filled clouds but not many. So rare indeed we are lucky!
Determined to make up for the total car crash that was yesterday, we're up and out at 9am to go to the Iao needle, a famous rock formation in the Iao state national park, up beyond Wailuku. We stop at Denny's on the way for brekkie: monstrous. Poached eggs, links, bacon, toast, hash browns, PLUS a stack of three pancakes with butter and syrup. Manage about half :). Mark fares better. ...
... with over 35 million people.Tokyo city has 13 million people in it.
*The founding of Japan dates back to 660 B.C. Japan is 70%25 mountainous.
*There are over 200 volcanoes in Japan. Mt. Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan, is also an active volcano.
*Sumo wrestling is Japan’s national sport.
*Slurping your food is a sign that the food is delicious and a compliment to the cook.
*There are ...
... long hike and got to one of the places along the hike described in the book. You could look over a big cliff down to the ocean and see some pools. It was a great picture spot and after many pictures we tried to conitnue on the hike but being an unmarked trail, we were unable to figure out the trail and finally decided to drive up ahead and see the blow hole from the short hike. The main thing on the longer hike was seeing the pools and we did that.
... who was about 5 1/2 and with with an Indian family, she had someone to compete with and it was no stopping her through any of it. Once we crossed the bridge about 2/3 the way up, and entered the bamboo forest, she was competing to stay right along with Anisha - who later turned out to be the cute little indian girl's name. We arrived at the 'scene' at the pool beneath the falls, Once again, we were just before peak visitation and enjoyed only a few parties coming ...