Pineapple Park - Volcano
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... cooled. The digital readout on the dashboard when from 100f down to 50f. I forget what that is in Celsius but it's a steep drop that's for sure. It made hiking to volcanic crater much more bearable.
We had about 3 hours until sunset so the best way to use the time was to hike the lava field. Makes sense right? Not to worry, it erupted in1959 and took 36 years to cool down. It's the only place on earth you can stand on a lava field, but according to ...
... to the end of the road to a pretty bay. We swam at a few nice beaches, relaxed reading our books, and headed home to cook ourselves a nice cheap dinner. Bliss. Ps I am the worst passenger of all time. Any further than a 20 minute drive an I am zonked, bobble heading away. Ash is so patient - if he fell asleep while I was driving id be waking him with some amazing siNging! Also unsure why the location says what it does, couldn't get it to change to ...
... until you get back out into the world and live your every day life that you start to notice to effects and reap the reward of the course. I could sit here and type about vipassana meditation for days but I think for now that is enough information.
So I'm off to Guatemala to work at an orphan boarding school by the Rio Dulce for at least three months, via a stop over in Tulum, Mexico, and Caye Caulker, Belize, to write, paint, read, and reflect.
... where lava had met the sea. The sea was very deep right up to the cliff and we were just taking in the colours when we noticed a whale, only 200 metres from where we were standing. We whipped the camera out, and next thing we knew, a whale had breached right in front of us. It really was awesome.
Eventually, we went to the end if the road... which only became the end of the road a few years back when lava crossed it. ...
... to check a few out, so we ducked off to see one of the more notable ones - the Umauma Falls. It turned out they were located in some botanical gardens, and it was going to cost $10 each to go in. Probably a good place to spend the day - zip lines all over the place, but we only wanted to duck in, so we kept going.
Akaka Falls just down the road, on the other hand, only cost $1 each, and that was the one we really wanted to see. We had a great walk ...