Tourists in a moving metal box, cameras and boogie boards in hand. They’re ready to snorkel around America’s best beach 2016: Hanauma Bay. The fish there are spectacular and unafraid; bus people look uncomfortable. Whispers in Japanese, and German conversations around the intern in between. Getting dropped off means walking towards our office along the highway, while the bus speeds towards scenic vacations. Continue reading
I’m challenging you to be uprooted, yes, it will be done, let’s turn them up side down.
I’m ready, you think I’m afraid of you, you can’t break my defence.
You’re only a hen, I’m the rooster, let’s fight and you’ll see.
I don’t sleep and will watch you.
My strength can reach the crushing of the waves.
I will not be drowned, you think you’ll defeat me by drowning?
Your fence is only made of wawamere creapers, It’s easy to untangle.
I can uproot you, I can uproot you, yes it will be achieved.
Fijian – I Bole (translated)
It is so crazy to look at a map and see where I am – in the middle of the Pacific Ocean surrounded by thousands of miles of deep blue. Just the way I like it!
My first month in Hawaii has been wild, literally! Snorkeling with sea turtles, sailing with dolphins, watching insanely large parrotfish chomp away at coral and hanging with my favorite reef triggerfish, also known as the Humuhumunukunukuapua`a – Hawaii’s state fish.