His barbershop is across the street from the bakery in downtown Nuku'alofa. These kids are watching their brother get a haircut. The banyan trees on Liahona campus are kept trimmed to avoid damage to structures during the hurricane season.
Peanut vendors in the Bush. We like peanuts! They can be boiled in salt water, baked in the oven, or eaten raw. Sister Hawley prefers them raw. Sugar cane with its natural sugar is great to chew on and it whitens and cleans the teeth as well, we understand. Work in progress. Elder Heimuli peels tapioca root from the market. Tastes much like a potato when boiled... quite good! Later, after going to market, we spent the afternoon at the beach and walked out on the coral reef.
Elder Heimuli grilled some bread fruit and peeled it. Bread fruit is often called "The Tree of Life" called by the Saints here because it bears fruit year round. Breadfruit tree on campus. Breadfruit when fried is delicious...similar to potato chips. It is used much like a potato--baked, boiled, fried, or grilled.