This beach is also true in the three spots are in the south of the city, halfway to the Playa de la Laja. If you look at a strange tower in the midst of the waves reached their destination. Now have the choice: The Pier, The Caleton, El Castillo, or the Nuns. Seek his favorite waves!. This beach is family friendly neighborhood and start fishing. The atmosphere is a bit rundown, but very nice. For the progress of fishermen at dawn from their beds to their place of work (the boat) is not too long, have built houses on the sea shore and waves that splashed water up to the glass. Waves next to the stone tower that was built centuries ago in a fascinating and unique. Bodyboarders especially prefer this spot. Access is on rocks and reefs. One should look a little finger and surfboards of the natives, to know the area. Hang loose, is a physical expression and vocal, who was born in the mid-fifties in Hawaii and quickly became part of the slang of surfers. However, over time it became popular among Hawaiians and visitors who had contact with this word were exported slowly, also known as shock. Its meaning is: Take quiet, nothing happens, relax and everything will be fine. . Some lovers of the waves, have given a different connotation to shake hands horn-shaped Hawaiian, said that the thumb is the lip of the wave, the middle finger and pinky surfer surfboard, however, this to be a non-verbal expression, can have many other references. Lift the little finger surfboard and thumb and turn the remaining fingers, while saying the word, shake the hand from side to side and try to smile. As one of the most active volcanoes on earth, Kilauea, is home to one of the strongest myths and special for Hawaiian goddess Pele or known in Hawaii as Ka wahine ai honua (the woman who devours the land). She is the creator of fire, light, dance in the sense benevolent but strong-willed and destructive as the lava of a volcano. The legend begins in Honua - Mea, Tahiti, is one of six daughters and seven sons of Haumea (the ancient goddess of the earth) and Milohai Kane (father of the high heavens). He was expelled from this land by conflict with his older sister, the goddess of water Na-maka-o Kahai, who tried to seduce her husband. His siblings, Kamohalii (shark god) gave him a canoe to make their journey in search of a new home, with its Paoa or rowing, to Kauai, Molokai, Oahu and Honolulu, Pele, took his little sister Hiiaka egg-shaped (Hiiaka i ka poli o Pele) to be his companion. Finally found a home in the volcano Kilauea, where Pele ignite the eternal flame of the crater, Halemaumau and be the navel of the earth, Ka Piko o ka Honua, where the gods began Creation. Legend has it that Pele low to live with the Hawaiians, he has been surprised as a beautiful woman, old or accompanied by a white dog. It tests the people of his village, begging for food and water. And all those who share a bit, despite not having it, are rewarded by bringing his life that, however, who refuses is destined to feel the fury of the temperament of the goddess, destroying their homes. For the tourists who visit the volcano and dare steal lava rocks, carry a curse, having to return it to its place of origin to stop all the fury unleashed Pele to see a piece of it is transported to another location not is their home. . . .