We then went to visit the Slippery Slide, the backyard of our cottage when Pearl and I lived in Kilauea almost half a century ago. It looks the same:
Misa gave me a number of lilikoi (passion fruit of two varieties), an avocado and two giant guavas growing in his yard.
Hamura's for my standard extra large saimin with BBQ beef. The small saimin cost $5, medium $5.25, large $5.50 and extra large $6. For a dollar more, why not. I also splurged on their pretzels (the Hawaii kine is crispy, oily and sweeter, with no salt).
But there is no place like home, for a sunset awaited me: