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  1. Nakasa Reply

    Ka˚Lu˜u˚o˚ka˚˜Ö˜ö Pu˜u o˚Pele Ka˚Moa˚o˚Pele Pu˜u˚Naue Pu˜u˚Kumu Mauna˚Hina Pu˜u˚Maile Pu˜u˚o˚Mäui Nä˚Mana˚o˚ke˚Akua Pu˜u Nianiau Pu˜u˚Nole K O ˜ O L A U G A P Public telephone K A U P Ö G A P K A L A P A W I L I R I D G E KE˜ ANAE VALLEY Kaupö CLOSED TO ENTRY CLOSED TO ENTRY C L O S E D T O N T R Y C L O S E.

  2. Brat Reply

    Nani wale Pu`u Anahulu i ka `iu `iu `Âina pali kaulana pu`u kinikini Hui: Lû `ia mai lû `ia mai kô `oukou aloha E nâ manu `ô`ô hulu melemele Ua helu `ia nâ pu`u o Anahulu Kapa `ia ka inoa Pu`uanahulu No ka betera nani a ke Akua Kapa ka inoa ka lamakû i keola Ha`ina .

  3. Fejora Reply

    Mau loa ka huikahi O ke Akua me ia: K Ies kumu aloha Me he ahi l ka wela, He ake kona e ola N kanaka a pau loa. 4. Ma ke ahi ke k ana’e O na Pu’uwai l, No Ies n i ho’ike I kana mea aloha; ho’ohalahala ‘ia N ka ma’alili loa, Pa’akiki n kanaka Aloha ‘ole i Ies. 5. E k ka honua a pau.

  4. Vudozilkree Reply

    Apr 30,  · Pu‘u o Mahuka (“hill of escape”) is located on the north side of the valley; it is the largest heiau on Oʻahu (covering almost 2 acres.) On the opposite side of the valley near the beach is Kupopolo Heiau. In the valley is Hale O Lono, a heiau dedicated to the god Lono.

  5. JoJozilkree Reply

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  6. Junris Reply

    E ala e me ke aloha; e pili i ka piko o ke aloha o ke Akua. Awaken with aloha, connecting in thepiko of love and light of the Creator. I, E. Kalani Flores, member of the Flores'-Case 'Ohana, reside in Pu'uk:apu, Waimea, Kohala Waho, Mokupuni o Hawai'L I am a Kanaka Maoli cultural practitioner with connections to Mauna a Wakea.

  7. Kagahn Reply

    KAWAIHAPAI, AN AHUPUA'A,or subdistrict, of Waialua, O'ahu, is a place of mystic beauty that gave Hawaiians a special feeling for their one hdnau (birthplace) and the 'dina (land) that connects them to the near and distant past.

  8. Dujas Reply

    May 27,  · Hale O' Kapuni, a destroyed heiau in the bay under Pu'u Kohola. Generations came here to honor their shark aumakua. Sharks still come to this area just off shore. The park service ranger in the visitor center said he just saw three sharks before we arrived that day.

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