I was so surprised to find that carved into a hot, dry edge of the Kohala Mountains was such a lovely garden! The meandering paths were a joy and while the morning was hot, there was plenty of shade and view for which to be grateful. I sat for quite a while with the peacocks who'd dropped scads of feathers like spring blooms from a tree -- every bit as lovely as the flora in the garden. How they can maintain such a space when water and weather isn't in its favor I don't know, but I'm so glad they do. I'm planning an event there soon, too, I enjoyed it so much. A great place to see the whale spouts, I'm quite sure, as well!