Most of us have grown up or lived in a place long enough to see it happen: we see a dense forest, a favorite restaurant, a cultural landmark, or a way of life vanish from existence due to progress.
Christy and I recently talked in some detail about our lives, if we are happy and if we are where we want to be. She answered my question without me even asking…
You hear things all of the time about how the glaciers are melting, global warming, polar bears floating away on icebergs — and all the other buzzwords about glaciers — but I never really took the time to look up the definition of a glacier.
Before we booked a trip to Lana’i, we asked other travelers what to expect or how they would describe this small tropical island. We heard the word luxury thrown around a few times, but that was about all of the information we could get.
It was just an “out of this world” experience seeing these phosphorescent waves roll in. Not to mention, anytime you touched the sand, it would emit a freakish blue glow.
After walking through Chinatown I came about a surprisingly familiar intersection where Columbus Avenue meets Kearney Street. I wasn’t sure where I’d seen it before, but I guess it was more inspiring that way.