Thursday, June 4, 2015


Punaluʻu Punaluʻu i ke kai kau haʻa a ka malihini - Punaluʻu, where the sea dances for the visitors. “The country appeared more thickly inhabited, than that over which we had travelled in the morning. The villages along the sea-shore were near together, and some of them extensive.” (1823) Punaluʻu village was “romantically situated on the beach, shut in in part by a rough lava stream.” Continuing along the shore, was the black-pebble beach of Nīnole and found “a succession of small villages” whose inhabitants were “extensively engaged in fishing.”

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