Hilo Tropical Gardens
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... what a birds eye view of the geologically active volcano, some lava still glowing red and its destruction like a river, through the tropical rainforest. Large moonscape plateaus of dark gray lava and small areas of greenery where seedlings were trying to push their way through the hard rock. Amazing sight from the air. Meanwhile Al and Madge's excursion involved exploring the Volcanoes National Park by bus. Back to ...
... warm up. Other benefits include: others can always find me when walking around; when people stop to chat that allows me to tell people kabout our awesome Breast Cancer Regatta we are going to; that there is survivorship and a life after cancer and just generally increasing people's awareness that different is not necessarily scary. Oh by the way, I did dye it pink but my body chemistry has decided that I am purple this ...
We got up and walked across Deck 10 to get to where immigration was holding place. And outside, THERE WAS LAND! HAWAIIAN LAND! I AM IN HAWAII!! But we had to sit in this room for an hour until they let us go and said we were made it through immigration. But we couldn't get on land yet because we had rehearsal and had to run our show "Motor City" with lights and sound. It went pretty well, it’s a good show. And Heleyene had Jon and I come in to work on our duet, ...
... We’re now pooped. It’s around 5:00 in the afternoon and we still have a 2 hour drive. There are 3 routes to get to the other side of the island – northern, southern, and through the middle. We started on the northern route since we were already in the vicinity. There was an accident so we couldn’t go that way. Heading south would probably take us more than 3 hours. So we settled on the middle. It was a beautiful, ...
... we hope). Not a lot of people are playing Hawaiian roulette and buying homes and living in this area. Since 2008 when the volcano Kilauea erupted, sulphur dioxide has been released into the air. This sulphur dioxide dehydrates the air and the prevailing winds blow in the direction of Mauna Loa – so there is much less rain, only three inches of rain per year. The majority of the area is a lava field ...