The first night I was home Nicole served up these homemade pot-stickers. These yummy snacks were filled with shrimp and veggies and fried to fatten me up for my next trip. I had been eating a lot of shrimp and fish on the fishing boat but Nicole's dinner was still a welcomed change.
I knew it was going to be a bit chilly so I wore a long sleeve shirt but Nicole decided on jeans. She spent the morning pulling up her jeans so they wouldn't get wet while walking down the flooded pathways in the farmers market. I however enjoyed walking straight through the deepest parts. I thought the farmers market was really cool that day. The constant rain brought everyone under the dripping tents and the dim lighting made for a surreal atmosphere.
That's me standing in some water in the less crowded souvenir part of the market
|Frozen at 1:04 in the morning, I think.|
|Reading some plaques.|
Along the way there are plenty of cows to moo at. Pulling over and doing so will cause you to get a lot of stares from cows and some will even wander over to see what is wrong with you.
|Horses don't like it as much as cows|
|Small selection of their fruits.|
you can find on the island.
There are many plants that make some sort of less popular fruit and these fruits show up randomly in the markets.
They will also sell you the best 100% Hawaiian coffee.
|Photo shoot at the fruit stand.|
|Yummy white guava|
|The purple lilikoi is actually quite good|
|One of the many large spiders at the fruit place. Some sort of golden orb spider would be my guess.|
|Isn't this one awesome.|
|Sunset on our way home|