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... of the big island. The gulches running down to the ocean were deep and frequent, making for a very scenic drive across them. We grabbed a few groceries in Hilo before carrying on south to Volcanoes National Park where we claimed another campsite for 2 nights. We spent the afternoon exploring the crater rim: what a spectacular place! Part of the crater rim drive has been closed since 2008 when a new part of the crater began ...
... we took the easy route to Captain Cook: the Fair Wind Cruise. The boat leaves Keauhou bay around 9:00 am; they serve breakfast pastries, quiche, coffee and juice on your way out. Once you arrive, they fit you with snorkel gear and set you loose for 2 hours. This is followed by a BBQ & cocktails before you head back to the bay.
We felt quite pampered being escorted around the island this way after snorkeling the same area last year with ...
... out that Greg knew quite a lot about astronomy! He used a big lazer pointer and showed us stars, planets, galaxies, etc. etc. Quite educational. We had a very bright moon which made it a little hard to see some of the stars. I was able to use my Sony NEX 5N and get a few decent shots of the moon.
After a short stop at the visitor center after the star gazing, we headed home and got back to the condo around 10:40. A very worthwhile experience and we very much enjoyed it!
... life. I understand the worthlessness and pain that they feel in their heart. I know the feeling of not being able to look into a mirror and when you do, you don’t know who you’re looking at. Sometimes all you can see is the worthlessness and filth that you feel inside of your heart. I know God has restored me and he has helped me to believe in myself again but it is still a process every day. I know God saved me and rescued me from the situations I was in and I ...
... also where there is a long sandy beach so Greg and I took a free shuttle there and spent the day on the beach, swimming and snorkeling. The water was fantastic, but there really weren’t a lot of fish to see. However, we did snorkel alongside a rather large green sea turtle and watched a pod of dolphins jumping out of the water and doing spins. We had seen that type of dolphin behavior when we were in New Zealand and it was amazing to see this again.
Tuesday: Kona, ...
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