Aston Shores at Waikoloa
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Today we went paddle boarding, and didn't need a rescue boat (unlike some members of our family!). However I did manage to fall in a few times, with my sunglasses still on, which was captured on camera. So Mum I think it can be safely said you ...
Tuesday May 20th a student came by to ask if anyone turned in some money at the lost and found. She was given a 'seed' to believe the Lord was providing for her but she had dropped it along the walkway.
The next day she came by and the Lord had not only replaced what she had lost but increased it by half again. This encouraged her so much she had tears. I hear miraculous stories like ...
... lovely spot, we enjoyed our swim and we had our picnic lunch there before moving on.
Driving up the coast the scenery changed to desert again, such an amazing difference. We were speaking to a man today who was telling us that the Big Island has 11 different climate zones and there is only 13 worldwide, he said 2 weeks ago (must have been just before we arrived) they ...
... rotors out of recycled beer cans is not cool....do better. On Thursday night Jackie and I had booked a night dive to a spot where Manta rays come to feed at night, they are between 9 and 16 ft across and weigh 900-1600 pounds. We put a bunch of weight in our pockets to sink to the bottom and just sat there shinning lights up to the surface. The lights attract the Mantas because they can see the plankton and before we knew it there were 5 massive ...
... t even notice a second, larger manta ray until he was directly underneath us! That made us jump a couple times! (See our video here: Manta Ray Night Swim).
We floated there watching these amazing creatures for quite a while, and then got back into our kayaks. The air temperature was much warmer than the ocean water had been. We paddled a few minutes back to shore, took off our wetsuit jackets, and then drove a short distance back to ...