Having a last look at the beauty that surrounds me. Watching the myna birds scrapping for food. Looking at the flowers and smelling the rain. My body healed by the spa and the humidity replenishing my skin. I’m going to miss this piece of the world, but I’ll be back soon.
Kayaking on the Hanalei River with flowers floating on the water. Lazing on a North Shore beach watching 20 FT swells and drawing pictures in the sand. Lots of sunshine and love of this beautiful earth and this special place.
Christmas spent enjoying the culture of the Hawaiian people. A luau and hula girls and blue drinks that tasted like pineapple.
The President is here. The sunshine is here. My husband is here. And a Luau is planned for Christmas day.
I shed tears of awe today. The beauty here is nothing that could possibly be displayed in pictures. It has to be experienced. I thought I’d take pictures from the air on the helicopter we rode in, but I only took a few. It was apparant that photos would never replace the memory of tears falling down my cheeks. I felt as if I had left my body and was experiencing something that only the very few enlightened ever experience. If you are ever in Kauai for any reason, this will be one of the most incredible things you’ll do in your lifetime.
After the trip, we drove to Kapa’a Town, had some sushi, and stopped at Java Kai for a Mocha. The love is even spread in the foam here. I’ll always seach for a heart in my latte from now on.
What a lovely telephone call I just had! Seems I might be going back to Australia sooner than I thought. A deal could be in the making and it might bring me back there in January. Interviews, movie making, love stories… Stay tuned! Kangaroos I will see you again soon!