I see food.
A visit to the historic Pahala Plantation Cottages, still surviving in a town, once fueled by sugar mills, plays hosts to visitors with fresh food from town and coffee from farmers of the land.
Being on this historic plantation at night was like black Crayola – smooth, dark and everywhere – stars twinkled likes one reads about in fairy tales, like one hears they do when you travel any amount of significant mileage away from a big city.
And, here I was, thousand of miles from a big city, drawing memories with a crayola in my mind. I couldnt, have laughed deeper or smiled wider, to be on this adventure.
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