|Honu'apo Bay along the southeastern coast. There are Fish Ponds |
here that have been fished by Hawaiians for hundreds of years.
|Youngest-daughter overlooking Honu'apo Bay.|
|The Mamma-woman and Youngest-daughter at the Punalu'u |
Bakery in the town of Na'alehu. This is the most southern
bake shop in the United States. Stopped here for lunch and
snacks for later. Yummy!
|When we came out of the bakery, a 4th of July Parade had |
started so we took our sandwiches and ate lunch sitting
on the street curb while enjoying the festivities.
|Small-town USA was on display and a thoroughly good|
time was had by one and all!
|Along the rugged southern coast|
|Waiahukini Park near the southern tip of Hawaii. Note the |
cars on top to judge how high these cliffs are. That's
a long ways from the top to the water!
|On the way back "home," we stopped at the famous Punalu'u|
Black Sand Beach Park, one of the most famous black
sand beaches in Hawaii.
|The picturesque Punalu'u Beach|
|Time to wrap up another fantastic day in Paradise.|