BREAKFAST IN THE GULCH

Where Serenity, Romance and Ethereal Meet and Merge into Great “Mana”

On Wednesday of this week, Elizabeth and I did something we have never done before. At a friend’s suggestion, we had breakfast in the Rainbow Shower gulch. It was a perfectly serene and romantic affair with sounds of the murmuring creek complementing the bird songs and gentle breezes. images

We loaded up El Jeepo with our breakfast supplies, and headed down the hill to the Anahata, the sacred place of the Rainbow Shower and the shaman’s altar on the banks of our lovely stream.

We even had a professional photographer on hand to record it all. He directed us as to where to sit and what to do and got himself a breakfast in the end, too. 🙂

Remember Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s?” (1961).  Well, ours was not nearly as glamorous. But it was just as romantic and 100% REAL. Well, ours was not as glamorous. But it was better. It was just as romantic and 100% REAL.

Personally, I’d take Hawaiian natural beauty over the cityscapes of New York and man-made jewelry 100 times out of 100.

Take a look to see why… and eat your heart out Tiffany. If you have one, that is.

PS: “Mana” (Hawaiian) – a feeling of great health, happiness and power.

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Breakfast at Lower Rainbow Shower

 

MY HULA GIRL

Here are a couple of photos I took of my Hula girl this morning before she went off to dance with her group at a Makawao church fundraiser.

Purple and green – Wimbledon colors – though I doubt that many of the Hula ladies would know or care about this tennis event that starts Monday in England.

 

THREE RAINBOW SHOWER VISTAS

Makai (Ocean), Sacred Sanctuary with Heart Chakra (Land), Mauka (Mountain – Haleakala)

Check out these aerial shots of our Maui home with the Anahata (heart chakra) sacred place at its heart (filmed by a camera drone on June 22, 2016 – see https://www.facebook.com/rainbowshowersacred/).

 

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