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... sitting on the basalt (lava rock)! All we needed was our notebooks and a white board for all the important notes. We went over a basic geology, which was a much needed review for me! My favorite part about this stop was when Kumu (Hawaiian for teacher, and the name we called our professors) pointed out two Nene flying over us. The Nene is the extremely endangered Hawaiian goose. They are one of the many endemic species found here in the Hawaiian islands. ...
... bin so dankbar für diesen Tag – insbesondere da Lisa mich zuvor ja noch nie gesehen hat! Das nenn ich Gastfreundschaft.
I arrived at 8 am in Honolulu on December 7. Why that's funny? I left Sydney at 6 pm on 7 December so I can be called a time traveler.
From Honolulu I continued straight to Hilo on the Big Island. Do you still remember Scott, who I have met in Bali? I asked him if he would be able ...
... fruit trees, but the labels have been worn away by rain and sun. So, they are still figuring out what trees are on the property. The dogs loved running along the trails with us. Pam pointed out some of the things she has planted. Often, it is a cutting that she sticks in the ground, then Hawaii does the rest. In the afternoon, Donna meditated and took a long nap while David did some work for ...
... in the front next to the pilot. Andrew was out the right door, I was out the left, we had it all covered. I don't know how my filming went but I hope for the best! We took off and went over macadamia farms which is really big here as well as. The experience of being open aired was not really that different to having doors on except it was a lot windier. The flight was very smooth as we set off towards the current active lava flow which is currently threatening the village ...
... is the spot where the youngest lava on the island is accessible - the flow from 2003 into the ocean completely overtook the road - nature wins! The whole day was just hard to fathom that the whole island has come from volcanic eruptions. And all the Hawaiian Islands for that matter, as the plates gradually drift northward away from the molten 'hot spot'. And the next island is already close to ...