Aloha! We stopped for mini golf and I did not stop to fix my camera before taking this picture.
Miniature golf places seem to either be old and worn out (yet still enjoyable) or faaaaancy (and enjoyable). This place was in the latter category. It had a ton of plants (the botanical garden part) and really interesting interpretive signs.
We were behind a large group, so there was some hanging out waiting.
The holes were challenging and interesting.
I really liked this graphic. Very nicely done!
More killing time, this time with timer photos.
I had time to grab a picture of this lily. So pretty.
As you can see, I got the most points, and so I won.
Afterward, we got OnoPops and sat in their picnic area. Matt got a green tea variety (he liked it, I didn’t) and I got a Mexican chocolate variety.
Because we did no planning for this trip aside from reserving hotel, car, and buying plane tickets, we did not get entry tickets to this attraction. We did stop at the place everyone who doesn’t have tickets stops and took the same pictures everyone else takes.
We stopped more than once at this tiny post office to mail our postcards. It has very limited hours. I wondered about the two chairs, but it appears they are there because this is one of the stops for the bus. One time we drove by and a woman was sitting under the tree waiting.
We stopped by the ReStore to see if they had snorkeling gear and towels and they did. I also chatted with this friendly cat.
Buying used snorkeling gear was a good idea in practice, but so-so in execution. We intended to donate it back at the end of our trip, but they were unexpectedly closed that morning. So then we had to figure out what to do with unwanted gear. If we visit again, I’ll look around for a weekly rental place.