Brief interview by David Lakota for da Kingdom of a Geologist preparing to embark upon an adventure out to the live lava fields near Kalapana. Rivulets of fire have begun to flow and pout down the mountainside- “…the largest active volcano in the world.” they say. Special thanks to 1st Green Solutions for sponsoring this adventure vision quest Native American style with Hawaiian Spirit of Aloha Educational Documentary Training Paradigm shift in self governing new economy agriculture National Treasury Freedom Revolution innovation new society sustainability renewable resources having fun doin’ what we love. Enjoy the journey. This is part one of several highlights soon to be on DVD. Stay tuned for updates. We are leaving tonight at around 2am. Destined for a small forest along the coast, we will rendezvous at Bali Temple Hawaii, do a brief ceremony, give thanks to Ke Akua and share our intentions with Pele, Goddess of Fire. And then there is Ahi, God of Fire.
A collection of a few moments captured on video, during the first Quest Hawaii Trip . I wouldn’t called it a true tripe, because the clips are pretty long and actually not that mixed up . I hope to have a real 3rd installment sometime soon . They’re fun to make ! And there’s a bonus couple of clips from the Dance Crew days . Enjoy .
for all of the wonderful people i met in hawaii ! thank you for subscribing :]
***PLEASE READ*** This video is mostly the Lu’au lengthwise, and you could skip to 26:06 if you don’t want this video being a half hour. Kanani and Lizzie got to Hawaii! While in O’ahu, they visit the Pearl Harbor SS Missouri, go boogie boarding, try shave ice (yes, it is different than a snow cone or italian ice), go Paddle Boarding, attend Paradise Cove lu’au, and go snorkeling! Notes about our trip: – This actually took place a couple weeks ago, but my computer was broken so I couldn’t finish editing it right away -I had to edit 1 HOUR of footage. But, a lot of this video’s length is due to the Lu’au. You could always skip ahead of that (I provide the time to skip to) -Those “noisemaker-things” that the dancers shook in their hands are called “U’li U’ili Gourds.” Look familiar? They come with Kanani’s Lu’au Outfit! -Paddle Boarding is fun for the entire family! Anyone can do it, and you could also kneel if standing isn’t comfortable (my mom did that) -“Aloha” means “Hello,” “Goodbye,” and “Love” -“Mahalo” means “Thank you” -“Ohana” means “Family” (for all you Lilo and Stitch fans out there! Comment “OHANA” if you have read this far!) -We stayed in Waikiki at the Hilton Hawaiian Village: beautiful! There are shops and restaurants too, not just hotel buildings! -I also got to try “Poi,” a Hawaiian food that Kanani asks her cousin Rachel to try during her stay in Hawaii. Rachel doesn’t end up liking it. It’s not horrible in my opinion, it just doesn’t have much flavor …
A bit of a pointless and poorly shot video but thought you might want to see what i’m packing xxxxxxx
hello :] a video from a recent trip to hawaii. enjoy ! and also check out Aldrine Guerrero ! ukuleleunderground.com www.youtube.com www.questcrew.com thanks for subscribing :]