It’s sunset in Kona and the passengers aboard the Safari Explorer are jittery with excitement.
Native Hawaiians believe it’s a cure all. It is also considered a famine food because it’s a last resort in everyone’s diet.
I chuckled into my snorkel as the monk seal turned around and looked surprised to see us all watching it.
Drawn in by multiple whale blows originating from the same spot, we slowed down as we neared the commotion.
As I pulled the broken plastic basket onto my paddleboard, I could already see that it would hold some good stories.