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... about 40 lbs of macadamia nuts! The next time you bite into a mac nut, say a big thank you to the farmer who made it possible! We also got a new wwoofer yesterday, Lacey, who is 19, super smart and very friendly! We all took a visit to the grocery store together today after work and grabbed a bite of dinner at the Poke place near the farm! A cool tidbit, hitch hiking is completely acceptable and legal in Hawai'i. So...today we successfully ...
... we had already seen a beached one a couple of weeks ago. On the way back to the harbour, Shane was booking it when he banked suddenly. He had spotted a fisherman on a sport fishing boat bringing in a big fish - the rod was completely bent in half. We hung around to watch him bring it in, and it turned out to be a galapagos shark! We were glad to see them release it unharmed. Afterward, we were having lunch at a little fish shack called "Bite Me" at the ...
... just offshore. At one time, the ancient Hawaiians at Punalu'u (which means spring dived for) got their freshwater here by diving down with hollowed out gourds. This is a favorite spot for turtles to beach themselves, but today there was only one lonely one in the water just off the rocks. Not hot and sunny enough for them today, I guess. The rain subsided just long enough for each of our jaunts outside the Jeep, which was much appreciated! From Punalu'u, we started our gradual ...
... two green sand beaches in the world - the other is in Guam. We had some spectacular views of the cove from the top of the cone, and then had to scramble down the cliffs to reach the beach. The sand actually sparkles because of the crushed gemstones in it. We were also rewarded with whales breaching in the distance, just outside the cove. -- South Point. The southernmost point in the U S., and considered to be the first place the Polynesians came ashore and settled when ...
... the church with his paintings. In those days few Hawaiians could read and so he taught with pictures. It also has wonderful grounds, including a cemetery and very interesting stations of the cross ending in a pieta. We went back to the house for supper, then headed back to the airport to pick up Brie & Ryan at 10 pm. We greeted them in true Hawaiian style with orchid & plumeria leis, went back to the rental agency to add Ryan as a driver for the Jeep, then made the hour ...
Other places to stay in Honaunau
P.O. Box 957, Honaunau | B&Bfrom $250
85-4577 Mamalahoa Hwy, Honaunau | 3 star b&bfrom $145
P.O. Box 675, Honaunau | 3 star b&bfrom $110
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