Big Island Retreat
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... they took us you could see the smoke on the right and middle of the island and clear blue skies to the left. People live up in the hills and a lot suffer with asthma although to be in it was no problem but I'm sure if you lived there and were exposed daily it could do some damage. On arrival we had to hand our shoes in and lock them into a shed, no shoes allowed on the catamaran. We were shown how to get on with all the odd shaped surfaces and once on board given a ...
... there isn't a pool by the Palace Tower. So, when we want to go to the pool, we need to hop on the tram and go to the pool. There is a lagoon that has 12 dolphins swimming/playing all the time. They are adorable.Marty and I had dinner on property at the Chinese restaurant. The food was pretty good. Afterwards, we walked around the property from one end to the other. Breathtaking views of the ocean, lava beds, moonlight, etc. So beautiful!
... horrendous at times, but good physio too. Lol. Then when we both got back to room we had some lunch, chatted about what we did, and my dream to swim, well, be in water with dolphins which we were told wouldn't happen, did happen thanks to manager. Oh my gosh, I cried with sheer joy. A wonderful soul seering, joyous, calm, feeling just went through my entire body like never experienced before. I kissed them, held them, played with them and wept the ...
... and is missing a lot of consonants - e.g. there is no s, or t, or r, etc. I have a hard time pronouncing the words. Ira does it really well.
In the old days, the natives had "kapu" which is a forbidden thing. Anybody who violated the kapu would be punished to death - there was only one kind of punishment, death. For example, it was a kapu to look at the king in the eyes. If you looked at the king in the eyes, you would be put to death. ...
... some basic orientation, familiarizing myself with the studio and adobe premiere. Still not on island time I fell asleep at 7:30. Day two consisted of going into town and the King Kai beach. It was a little too crowded but it was beautiful today. When walking in town I got my 100% kona coffee and went to the farmers market. My supervisors and Natasha went out to dive tonight, something I will get trained on Wednesday. Enjoying the last hours of sun! ...
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