This was the medicine-man's hut.
The dining room where the men and women ate separately.
This stone didn't appear to be anything special until a hurricane rolled it over and exposed carvings of a whale and what appears to be a seat. It is believed the princesses may have sat here to have their hair brushed. Here is the article about it. Our tour guide Ilima, is the one who made the discovery after the storm.
A broken heart? Ilima told us these stones marked the boundaries of the village.
Hawaiian hierogliphics... A messenger man.
The birthing stone. Hawaiian women would squat between these two stones while in labor. The ti leaves would cushion and bless the baby.
And apparently one of the hawaiian princesses loved peacocks and had them brought over for pets. This one was showing off for us.