08/27/2018 Here is the final path that Tropical Storm Lane, Hurricane Lane then back to Tropical Storm Lane has traveled. While never a direct impact, still caused substantial rain damage. Seems like it was a lot closer than this Weather Channel report indicates. 08/23/2018 KHON2.com 10:30 a.m. Hurricane Lane Update: Click the image below for the KHON2 […]
When mainlanders think of Hawaiian Time, they Google the Hawaiian time zone and discover the Hawaiian Standard Time. See the bottom of this page to learn why Hawaii doesn’t observe Daylight Saving Time. What is Hawaiian Time? When locals think of Hawaiian Time, they see time as something that competes with what they really rather be […]
What Is The Annual Temperature & Rainfall Amounts For Kona, Hawaii? Other than a tropical storm passing through the Hawaiian Islands, it is pretty easy to predict what the weather will be in Kona for tomorrow. How The Locals Tell The Weather In Kona: This ‘locals’ method has been used, and proven, for hundreds and […]
Home >> 45 Beaches Main Page >> Magic Sands Beach Park Mainlander Version: “Looks like a nice sandy beach. Gawd, I hope there is parking.” Hawaiian Version: The beach is warm and welcoming and there is a history of our people. In the Hawaiian language, la’a loa means “very sacred.” Several Hawaiian archaeological sites are in the […]
Home >> 45 Beaches Main Page Overview Wawaloli Beach (#2 on map): White sand, tidal pools, cliffs, and rocky shoreline. You can hike along the shoreline or have a picnic. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents, and (sometimes large) waves. Bring your camera! When the waves are large they hit the lava walls and shoot spray […]
Many people think the only views in Kona are looking at the Pacific Ocean. Hualalai can provide for awesome views as well. This sunrise looks like a Van Gogh, Monet, Degas? Facebook Comments? Click here. More Hualalai sunrise pictures – click to enlarge. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Even more Kona sunrise photos here.
So What Is The #1, Top, All-Time, In First Place show ever watched in Kona? Here are a few hints: Nope, not Super Bowls XLIX, XLVIII, 50, LI, XLVI, XLV, XLVII, XLIV or LII, nor network TV shows such as the M*A*S*H (Finale), nor Roots (Part VIII) nor Cheers (Series Finale) nor Dallas “Who Done It?,” […]
Hurricane Hector is passing 160 miles south of the Big Island as this picture of Kona cruise ship was taken. Fortunately, Hurricane Hector, while vacillating between a Category 4 and Category 5 Hurricane was a powerful, but small storm – essentially the Mini Cooper of hurricanes.