After we dropped people off at the airport, Uncle Joe and Tyler were our companions because their flight didn't leave until night time, too. So, we took them to a few of the places the Hanohanos showed us. The beauty was so remarkable that we didn't mind going back there to say our goodbyes to that majestic island.
|This is what it looks like inside one of those "hot-dog" shaped seed pods.|
We took Tyler and Uncle Joe to the airport and then before we dropped off our rental car, we stopped by this food truck with good reviews. It was parked in a really sketchy looking part of town. There were 2 homeless people hunkering down in the front of a closed store. I was just glad there was still some daylight. I actually ended up getting brave and approaching the homeless people and asking if they'd like our leftover bananas, fruit, and water that we couldn't take on the plane with us. They accepted graciously. I think I probably frightened them just as much as they frightened me as I sat there in my car staring at them and contemplating what to do. At least it all worked out.
Anyway, the ice cream here was AWESOME! They pour the ice cream into a sheet on a very cold surface, then as it freezes, they roll it up and add the toppings. Steve like mochi so much from earlier that day that he ordered that on his ice cream. I went with what reminded me of my girls, cookies and cream with oreos.
|Steve's Ube ice cream with popping boba and mini mochi.|
|Cookies and cream with oreo and nutella|