Casey Anderson

Casey Anderson

Raised on the Island of Hawaii, I like to hike the coasts and valleys, watch sunset at the beach, and discover ono (delicious) local food.

Waikoloa Village, HI
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    "An authentic, local plate lunch. Eat lunch or dinner here, or take it to go for a picnic at the beach. Try the Loco Moco with chicken cutlet instead of hamburger. So good, with gravy and egg!"
    Casey AndersonCasey Anderson · November 1, 2018
    BBQ
    · Waikoloa, United States
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    "Green sand comes from the olivine crystals in the rocks here. Prepare for a two hour hike in, or catch a local truck driver who offers a ride for cash payment. Bring water and supplies."
    Casey AndersonCasey Anderson · November 1, 2018
    Beach
    · Nā‘ālehu, United States
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    "This large Japanese garden is the perfect spot for a picnic on the grass overlooking the calm water of Hilo Bay. Bring a poke bowl from nearby Suisan or other local food, and a towel to sit on."
    Casey AndersonCasey Anderson · November 1, 2018
    Park
    · Hilo, United States
    8.3
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    "Stargazing Friday and Saturday at the visitor station. Wear warm clothes, temperatures drop to freezing. Want to watch sunset at the top? Reserve a tour or take a 4x4 up to 14,000 feet (adults only)."
    Casey AndersonCasey Anderson · November 1, 2018
    Tourist Information
    · Mauna Kea, United States
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    "Great for snorkeling, taking a kayak tour across the bay to the Captain Cook monument is highly recommended (reservation required). Strenuous but rewarding, you might pass spinner dolphins on the way."
    Casey AndersonCasey Anderson · November 1, 2018
    Park
    · Captain Cook, United States
    8.6
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    "Hawaiian royalty made their home here. Explore the ancient village or listen to a discussion of the significance of the area and how Hawaiians discovered the islands, from a National Park ranger."
    Casey AndersonCasey Anderson · November 1, 2018
    Historic and Protected Site
    · Captain Cook, United States
    9.0