This is what happens when you live in the jungle.
Geckos hang out on your coffee cup in full view of human beings.
Mr. Gecko wants a sip of water and does not care that you don’t want to share.
Yuck. And they leave droppings around the house too.
And now for the chicken mite incident.
One night I was minding my own business sleeping in bed. Suddenly I noticed I had company.
Creatures were biting my feet. Then my knees. Continuing the journey upwards to my thighs.
No, it was not seductive. So I went and slept in my car.
Chicken mites had invaded the farm!
Damn dumb chickens. I pay rent, they don’t.
I moved out.
It took poison, several days of spraying, and finally I came back to my cabin in the woods.
I live here now.
But the thing is, here is what is right down the street.
So deep down past the chicken mite bites beats the heart of a happy girl.
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Yep this is on the Big Island of Hawaii, Kua Bay on the north side of Kona, north of the airport. Turquoise water, boogie board level wave action and white sand.
If you want to see a divine sunset get your body and mind over here and settle down for a heart full of beauty and incredible light.
Don’t miss it. This is heaven!
Yes its true, my neighbors are wild dolphins.
They are friendly and playful, speedy and elegant.
When I’m swimming with them here in this sacred place, Kealakekua Bay and Honaunau Historical Park I forget I’m not one of them. Swimming with them in 100 feet of cobalt water it just slips my mind that they are a different mammal all together.
My body and heart love this new friendship. My mind floats into the ethers while I’m swimming in their pod.
It changed my life to be with wild dolphins.
Their radiance lit me up and made me sparkle. I’m a happy girl in a turquoise bikini plunging in the crystalline waters every morning at 6:30AM to see if the wild dolphins have showed up.
You can’t make an appointment with them. But you can be alert and awake at 5:30AM ready for them to appear.
My body just wakes up and heads out the door now, I follow along as it leads me to the water’s edge, the actual Pacific Ocean of mightiness and magnificence.
Feeling blessed that I’m here, don’t want to be anywhere else. Bliss.
Come join us in July to swim with Wild Dolphins and learn how to use your camera (any camera) to get incredible photographs.
more news here: http://vagabondtravelmag.com/2014/05/dolphin-and-photo-safari-hawaii/
Yes the dolphins come right up to you and are inches away. Come to the Big Island of Hawaii and taste the amazing air and see the wonder, awe and grandeur of the most remote chunk of land in the world. And get incredible photographs of it to bring back and dazzle your friends.
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