Days 2 & 3: Road to Hana – Part 2 of 3

I suggest taking your time on the Road to Hana. Most visitors prefer a “drive-by” approach to looking at what Mother Nature has to offer, but take the time to find a parking spot and savor all of it…

I’ve included another photograph from the Garden of Eden, but throughout the afternoon and into the early evening we stopped at the Ke’Anae Arboretum, state-owned and free of charge; looked out over a taro farm; ate Kalua Pork Sandwiches (delicious) and  coconut-pineapple bread at the Nahiku Shops; and walked around Waianapanapa State Park (black sand beach) before arriving in Hana about 6:30pm!


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