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... the ocean.
The most amazing experience so far has been a night snorkel with manta rays. The grace and elegance of these creatures is mind-blowing. We were so close to them that we could have reached out and touched them. I've never seen anything so beautiful.
We're now heading to the hottest part of Hawaii, the active volcano in Volcano National Park.
Spent day resting, body catch up time, it was not doing so well. Had massage, nowhere near as effective as my gorgeous remedial masseuse, but helped, well, hope will help. Sat in sun for while reading, tried to watch movie, then made movie, Greg took off on adventure around ...
... tentacles all back under itself and trying to look like a rock. It had it's eye on me the whole time. I stopped swimming and just floated above it for a while watching. Great day in the ocean.
Never know what you're going to see.
... of here. Thankfully it has cooled down a bit but the humidity is really high. Came home to watch the sunset with the "neighbours". Another bust and we went out for dinner at a Thai place we were told about. The chef/owner has cooked with Emeril Legrasse. We chatted with him and he was 19 at that time. We shared a shrimp pupu and shared a noodle dish. OMG, both were ...
... Went to the Kona coffee plantation for a real nice tour. Winston took us to a place where we walked through a Lava Tube. It was very cool. The tubes are formed when instead of the lava erupting OUT of the volcano at top, the lava goes down within the volcano and then flows out through the bottom creating these huge tubes. The ...
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