The Nakalele Hobbitland Labyrinth was constructed in 2006 using the classical Cretan design. Its grassy walls incorporate volcanic rocks and coral. As you walk this labyrinth, you can look out over the blue Pacific, listen to the booming surf at the base of the cliffs and feel the sharp ocean spray on your face. Stay upright in the wind if you can!
A jumbled pile of rocks and grass marks the centre of the labyrinth.
It was a warm but overcast day when we visited. Clearly it had rained not too long before we got there. Luckily the rain held off while we walked the labyrinth. We had to dodge a few muddy spots on the unicursal path though. Just as we do in Life itself.
Tomorrow: why the bleep is it called Hobbitland?
[All photos by Debra She Who Seeks]