On one of our last days in Hawaii, we discovered a grotto on my parent's property. They own six acres of pastureland (i.e. ridiculously tall grass) and beyond that is a treeline and a dry creek bed.
Looking up over the grass towards the ocean.
Looking back at my parent's house and the monkeypod tree.
Nala in the grass.
Devin cutting an overgrown barbed wire fence, which is probably there to keep out the wild boar (no joke).
Climbing over lava rocks in the creek bed.
There it is. A 12 foot diameter swimming hole. The water disappears underneath the porous rock and travels underground for a while before popping up further down the hill.
I can't wait to share it with my friends at the wedding!