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Hawaii : Filthy Farmgirl of Puna

En España, los domingos se va al rastro.
En Puna, los domingos se va al Maku'u Craft & Farmer's Market.

Puna's Maku'u Crafts & Farmers Market is a major Sunday attraction, where an open space turns into a hippy town of organic fruit, physic channeling, orchids, jewelry, sarongs & home-grown cosmetic treats.

Can you find your name?

Bananas as they come in the Palm Tree.

Filthy Farmgirl stand was a treasure hunt for a coconut-junkie like me. Cute packaging, interesting mixtures & names, with the coolest attendant ever. Yes, I got some soap and body lotion too. They feel like a blessing on your skin and are made with locally grown extracts.
Check the site, they may deliver to your home too!

On the other side of the Market, the open-air food court awaits. Free performances live up the afternoons and well, the overwhelming variety makes it tough to pick one.

Ono (delicious) grindz (food) seemed rather popular.

At least more than fish-your-own-poke stall.

But price goes for portable stone oven, the real pizza deal.

Then, we drove over to Puna. It's tiny, it's hippy & their organic supermarket is highly recommended.

That's how Puna looks like. Hippy, charming, frozen in happiness & relax. People talk about Yoga retreats & spiritual trips to India. What a wonderful place...


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