Waves breaking on the shore wake me each morning. Put your ear to a seashell. You can hear it too. There was just a small house separating me from the ocean. I had access to a private entrance to the beach. There aren’t many people here as there are few public parking spots and only one public entrance. Each day I would go out and explore. I marveled at the feel of the coral sands. It’s coarser than the sand I’m use to in San Diego. I love this sand as it looks like tiny sea shells and it doesn’t stick to everything. I waded out to the reef that was at chest level depth. Snorkeling in the warm clear water I saw many different species of fish. Best snorkeling I’ve had since The Cayman Islands or Maui.
When it was time to leave the water I found Sylvie’s Stand a block from the beach. Each day mangoes were placed in the stand and a sign stated the prices for the day. I bought 3 that were a day from being ripe. The scent was mouth watering. When I sliced it open the I was greeted by rich yellow flesh. Juices poured over my mouth as I took my first bite. Flavor was incredible. Best mango I have had.
It is with a sigh I regret to say I only stayed 4 nights yards from the beach. I miss waking to the sound of the waves each morning and the delicious mangoes from Sylvie’s Stand.
This is my first post. Be kind.
68-639 Crozier Dr
Waialua, HI 9691