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... until you get back out into the world and live your every day life that you start to notice to effects and reap the reward of the course. I could sit here and type about vipassana meditation for days but I think for now that is enough information.
So I'm off to Guatemala to work at an orphan boarding school by the Rio Dulce for at least three months, via a stop over in Tulum, Mexico, and Caye Caulker, Belize, to write, paint, read, and reflect.
... caramel sauce.
Dinner over with, we all headed to the Princess Theatre to see a Tribute show called “Walk Like a Man”. To be honest, although the boys could sing, I have seen better tribute groups singing Frankie Vallee songs than this group. It was a pleasant interlude for the most part but that’s all I can say about it.
We went back to the cabin for some R&R after calling into Facets to say Hi to the ...
... lava stays molten in the tube and drains out just like a sloping hose pipe. About 150 yards of this this tube is open to the public but it actually stretches almost down to the sea miles away. We "did" the museum and viewed as close as we could to the active crater, but could only see steam from our distance and finally had a meal in the Volcano Lodge sitting next to the window overlooking the crater. The lodge is the renovated ...
... at the Hilo Burger Joint, having read that this was the best beer bar in Hilo. It may have been the best in Hilo, but it turns out that that isn't saying much.
After the Hilo Burger Joint, we returned our rental car, hopped a flight back to Honolulu, and then drove our other rental car back up to the North Shore. Fortunately, the highway system in Oahu is pretty simple, as we have mastered the drive between the North Shore and ...
... out for a look/photo, and then raced back to the car in sudden torrential rain. We left and as we drove back up to higher ground, the rain stopped as quickly as it had started.
Heading back to town, Sal suggested we take a drive to the Mauna Loa lookout, almost halfway up the second highest peak on the island at 6000 feet (mountain itself is 13 700 feet). It sounded like a good place to watch the sunset, so we gave it a go. ...