The HAWAII Magazine Guide to Visiting Molokaiby: John Heckathorn
posted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 at 02:27 PM
What to See and Do
• Hit the Beach
Make sure to visit the west end beaches, especially Papohaku Beach Park, an often deserted three-mile stretch of beach.
• Mail a Coconut
Postmaster Gary Lam at the Hoolehua Post Office will give you a coconut and lend you marking pens, all so you can decorate it and send it to someone through the U.S. Mail (roughly $10 for a Mainland delivery). [US Post Office, 69-2 Puupeelu Ave., Hoolehua, (808) 567-6144].
• Get a "Mocha Momma"
Stop by Coffees of Hawaii for a Mocha Momma, a sinfully rich ice cream-chocolate-coffee-and-whipped cream confection. You can also take either a walking tour or mule-drawn wagon tour of the 500-acre coffee plantation. [1630 Farrington Ave., Kualapuu, (808) 567-9490].
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