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It’s not very often that I venture over the to beautiful North Shore of Oahu. Every time I do, I find myself so awestruck by its beauty! 317 more words
Tucked away near the edge of Kawainui Marsh, Ulupo Heiau is a powerful reminder of the Hawaiian civilization that once thrived here.
Pictures don’t really do it justice or capture the size and scope of this historic stone temple, where Hawaiians once sought spiritual support for harvests and battle. 126 more words
It’s a distinct rock feature along the beach (makai) side of Farrington Highway as you travel up the Waianae Coast through Makaha. Mauna Lahilahi includes fascinating remnants of the early Hawaiian civilization that thrived for centuries before contact with outsiders. 216 more words