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E Komo Mai (welcome)! The Keauhou Store is a little slice of living history in the heart of Kona's coffee belt. Please visit us in person, or online. -Kurt and Thea Brown, Proprietors ❖❖❖ Sherron: And be sure to try their delicious home-baked cookies! They are a favorite!
HAWAIʻI FISH ID AP FOR iPAD — The "Fish ID Hawaii pro" iPad app can identify 324 Hawaiian reef fish by color, shape, family group, scientific name and Hawaiian name. It includes 987 underwater photos and more than 300 underwater videos. It lets you choose from 23 dive/snorkel sites. Links to Fishbase for additional info on each fish.
Puʻuhonua O Hōnaunau National Historical Park, Big Island of Hawaiʻi — Also known as Place of refuge, this is one of our favorite places of Old Hawaiʻi. Serene, peaceful, beautiful. A taste of history & ancient culture with the beautiful Pacific as a backdrop.
KONA VILLAGE RESORT: In 1961 on the shores of Kahuwai Bay at a village once called Manuahi arrived Johnno Jackson & wife Helen. Envisioning building a true Polynesian resort, Johnno opened Kona Village in 1965. After 45 years of welcoming guests, many which are considered ‘ohana (family), the resort has closed its doors for an extended period of time due to significant structural & property damage from the March 11, 2011 tsunami. Info & updates on the re-opening (est.2014) will be provided here.