Kilauea Volcano Cottages
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... accuracy. You can teach a student a new skill, but teaching them to care about learning that skill is a much harder battle. All in all, being the learner as apposed to the teacher has reminded me of a few things that I think I do well as teacher and also of a few things I may still need work on. Any-who, we're both looking forward to an exciting weekend at the Farmer's Market and going to Volcano National Park and Hilo and some other cool areas in and around there, and will update again ...
... kept them flat by my side to avoid them naturally stretching out horizontally to hit the water. Ness snapped the whole fall so that we could see my failed landing. On hitting the water I was relieved that I'd made it, panicked that my feet might hit the rocks on the seabed, proud of myself, and also in a heck of a lot of pain! I came up quicker than I thought I would, and I could see the bright sunlight through the clear water and my closed lids. It felt amazing coming up ...
... to stop at all - or almost all. I had a bit of compassion for Kara. First of all, when we left the rim of Kilauea crater, we began to drive down the side of the volcano through lots of lava - old lava - of different kinds. We had noticed that there was the smooth, chocolate sauce kind and the chunky, jagged kind - more like peanut brittle or caramel corn but much darker. This observation turns out to be scientifically verified - ...
... was so fascinating.
Called into the Volcano Winery on the way home, it is just around the corner from us. Bought a bottle of Pinot Noir.
We have just come home for a late lunch at 3pm and will be going back later when it gets dark to see if we can view the glowing lava pools. I will hopefully be able to put ...
Our day's adventure took us to Kealakekua Bay for several hours of kayaking and snorkeling. We rented kayaks and gear from the Kona Boys, and then we were off to negotiate our own adventure with three kayaks strapped to the roof of our van (thank goodness for the locals that helped us unload). It was quite an adventure! The highlight was kayaking ...