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Wednesday, 20 February 2013



I had no idea that the fish auctions were no longer...those were good times. Thanks for sharing your time in Hilo :)


Hi Kat - Yeah Suisan hasn't done them in quite a while.


Your pictures are making me homesick! :)

I haven't commented in a while, but wanted to add that I really enjoy the variety of all this blog's posts - trip reviews, local restaurant reviews, and home cooking. Makes for fun reading! Thanks!


Just flew back home from Hilo yesterday-- Lovely Spouse informs me that she could happily subsist on poke, strawberry papaya, and good coffee. Enjoyed walking around the farmers market too.


Enjoyed this post! We went to Hilo back in 06 and loved the Farmer's Market and checking out the Candy/Cookie factory. My auntie's friend was one of the workers there.

trivia about the Coqui - it is also the name of a song (released in 1983) by the 80's Puerto Rican boy band, Menudo. Aaaaand the only reason I know that is because one of my good friends was a big Menudo fan. This was pre-Ricky Martin! :)


Hi Lori - Thanks so much for reading and the kind words! I'm very happy that you enjoy our posts. Thanks again!

Hi SK - Just like the Missus, huh? The coffee will spoil you!

Hey CC - Egad...Menudo?!??! Yikes.... Last time we were in Hilo was maybe 12 years ago; it doesn't seem to have changed much...something we really liked.

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