Castle Waimea Country Lodge
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... she stopped and went to sleep. I had only just started this blog so she will have to add her comments tomorrow and do the next day's blog I think. Time to try to upload my few pics and go to bed too.
Oh, I forgot about the walk to the point - even though the walk was short, the path down to the black-sand beach was very wet and slippery in spots. I walked down very carefully and hence very slowly. I did make it down intact and we got to the beach - on ...
Sorry this is a tad late! Yesterday marked a month since we left Norwich! We can't believe it! Anyway, as we had rented our snorkelling gear for a week we had to return them yesterday morning. However we fancied one more go as we forgot the underwater camera the first time round! So we extended the hire for an extra day and made our way to the '2 steps' beach where we went last week as it was so beautiful! It was still beautiful and we saw a few different Fishies. After this we ...
Of all the things Holy Spirit has been revealing to me in the past couple days one I am going to camp on is this. I am responsible before God for my family. I will pray for them and intercede as led. I will storm the gates of heaven for them and stand in the gap where they are being harmed. I will take this seriously and keep on praying, at all times, in the spirit for them.
Bless you all for sticking it out with me. I love you ...
... Poconos in Pennsylvania when he was growing up. He worked in Binghamton.
Our flight was delayed but the airport is so lovely we hardly cared. It's very small but it's all open air, the gate agent booths are outside and you have to walk up a ramp to the airplanes, no indoor jetways.
It's very warm and muggy. The entire resort lobby is open air. It's ...
... they are, by the time we drove back around the volcano after our visit to Hilo, the rain was pouring and all of Mauna Kea was so socked-in you couldn't even tell there was a mountain there! How fortunate we were to have caught this one glorious moment in time!
Other highlights of the trip included trips to the beach and pool, an outing to Volcanoes National Park (no molten lava ...