Wednesday afternoon, after our picnic lunch of poke bowls from the ABC Store (see yesterday's post), our group dispersed, some heading back to the Hale Koa to do some work or read in the lobby,
My daughter Claire saw this strange fish, called a flying gurnard, at the Hale Koa reef.
Shave ice, an iconic Hawaiian refreshment, is a mountain of pulverized ice over which fruit-flavored syrups are poured and typically served in a flower pot-shaped cup.
Shave ice is considered a must-eat while in Hawaii, as Tom and I discovered on a trip to Kauai in 2015.
But this place takes shave ice to a new level with its specialty items,
...joining all the others who were in the park eating their shave ices.
To be continued...