Hawaii... what a nice place. They grow nuts, fruit, and coffee. The coffee is expensive.
Maui Moka 11 Screen next to a Nic Pacamara Natural 17-21 screen. Like a Chihuahua and a Mastiff together.
I came to Kona, invited to be a judge at the 2005 Cupping Competition. I was a bit frazzled from work, but happy to be away from the computer at least!
Sacred Hawaiian Altar defiled by the German elderly!
Putting danger aside, I was a big fan of the steam vents at Kilauea, finding them sulfurous in odor, but nice and warm.
One of the many fun-loving spiders of Hawaii, just hanging out.
Up the hill from Honaunau, in South Kona, is the Cowell's farm, Kowali Estate.
How did this ornamental tree imported into Honolulu in about 1813 by Kamehameha the Great's Spanish interpreter and physician Don Francisco de Paula y Marin become Kona's economic mainstay?
Hawaii Koa Coffee wins Gevalia Coffee competition held in Kailua Kona in 2002.