Volcano Mist Cottage
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... to find the road to Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. Actually the roads there were much better and easier to follow that I had thought. The park was on the ocean - which did create a problem since the high waves from last week had destroyed one building and damaged other parts so that the part that Kara and I really wanted to see - the temple and tikis - was closed. I then planned to buy a postcard of the temple and tikis but the gift shop ...
... Cornell alums out in the real work doing very cool work.
On our way home, we stopped at one of the few "Green Beaches" of Hawai'i. The sand is green from weathered down Olivine crystals, which come from the basalt rocks.
Overall, we had a fantastic learning week. I never thought I would know so much about volcanoes, but it was quite the experience. Next week, we will be at our homebase of Waimea again.
... and that concert was so inspiring it changed my whole life direction. I then went on to drop acid in 1965 and realised everything I thought was real was just an illusion, now I see endless possibilities, we are capable of more than we know man. Hey you guys seem pretty cool, I really thing you should come meet my husband and stay with us" It was at about this point I could fell the couple withdrawing just in case they got sucked into some sort of strange mind ...
... to help build bungalows, transform the gardens form forests into Edens and to help out in any general development objectives there was. I spent the majority of time in the garden as I find it therapeutic and calming and a work that sits hand in hand with meditation and the atmosphere that surrounds the centre.
At the centre we did some really incredible things. I discovered what a hot pool, a natural steam vent and a sweat lodge is. The hot pools ...
... dogs were barking so we made our way back to the lodge and showered before dinner. This was our second night eating at the lodge and, needless to say, this place does not disappoint. The chef is a "main-lander" from San Francisco; he focuses on wild game and fresh, local veggies. This night, I had the Elk Chop; grilled and then roasted into a red-wine sauce with mushrooms, onions and garlic.
I probably overate while in volcano. But we had beautify weather the whole time. ...