Moloa‘a Sunrise Fruit Stand is home to some of the best fruit smoothies on the island.
Teacher Britany Hall loves her “Tropical Treat,” a delicious blend of tropical fruits.
Every year since she was 5 years old, the Arizona beauty spends an entire month on Kaua‘i.
A couple years ago, encouraged by friends, Britany posted a profile on a popular dating website, where she met the love of her life, John.
Britany’s favorite thing as child was to watch the full moon on Kaua‘i. This week, her love story had a perfect ending. Or beginning, depending how you see it.
Wednesday night under a full moon, Britany and John got married at Moloa‘a Bay. John played his guitar while singing a song he composed especially for his new wife. And yes, she cried.
Britany’s new hubby is a manager at an Arizona golf course, and her dad is a professional golfer. She said she wants to move here really bad. John is so set on moving here that he would take any job available, or so Britany said.
The wedding brought Britany’s whole family together to Kaua‘i. It also united John with his brother, who has been fighting in Afghanistan and took time off to attend the wedding.
After their families leave, the lovebirds will be here alone for an entire week — from full moon to honeymoon.
The Moloa’a Sunrise Fruit Stand is open Monday-Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., but on Sundays they are on Hawaiian time and open at 8 a.m.
Cut the fruit up and freeze the pieces. Measure according to yourtaste and throw it all up in a juicer, together with the pineapplejuice. Take it with you on a stroll under the full moon, togetherwith your significant other.