July 28, 2012

Above: Rugged lava coast along the Hana Highway.

Below: Pictures 1 and 2 are of fields of Taro along the coast of Maui, a starchy root that Hawaiians traditional use to create a pasty dish called Poi.
Pictures 3 and 4, and 8 to 10 are from the rainforest on the north side of Mt. Haleakala.
Pictures 5 to 7 are from the Keanae Peninsula, with an ancient village and fields which still grow Taro.
Pictures 10 and 11 are of the triple falls of Waikani Falls, a bit before Hana.

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