Touring Kokokahi in United States
Kokokahi in the region of Hawaii is located in United States - some 4,820 mi or ( 7758 km ) West of Washington , the country's capital city .
Time in Kokokahi is now 04:49 PM (Thursday) . The local timezone is named " Pacific/Honolulu " with a UTC offset of -10 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Kahalu'u, Kane'ohe, Kea'alu, Kokokahi, and Lihue. Being here already, consider visiting Kahalu'u . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Kokokahi ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.
the best freestyle ever to glorify God (christian freestyle)
(the first minute is something i wrote but from there on is freestyle)rapping about the truth for a city set on a hill cannot be hid be the light of the world always abounding in good works glorifying ..
Kapunahala Elementary School in Kaneohe, Hawaii, or How I Found My Rainbowman
Through the magic & power of Google Earth satellites, you can zoom in almost anywhere. Here, I found something I had lost back in my school days. Lyrics to "Rainbowman", which ran from October 6, 1972 ..
Hawaii Fireworks New Years 2009
The Fireworks in Hawaii are incredible, these are all by the neighbors, no professional displays here. The smoke from the works was so intense I could not see my neighbors house across the street. I s ..
Hawaii Trip 2007
Emily was stung by a jelly fish will snorkeling in Kaneohe (eastern coast of Oahu). They didn't pee on her! She was instructed to spray vinegar on the boo-boos. ..
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Interesting facts about this location
Kāneʻohe is a census-designated place (CDP) included in the City and County of Honolulu and located in Hawaiʻi state District of Koʻolaupoko on the island of Oʻahu. In the Hawaiian language, kāne ʻohe means "bamboo man". According to an ancient Hawaiian story a local woman compared her husband's cruelty to the sharp edge of cutting bamboo; thus the place was named Kāneʻohe or "Bamboo man". The population was 34,597 at the 2010 census.
Located at 21.41 -157.80 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Coconut Island, or Moku o Loʻe, is a 28-acre (113,000 m²) island in Kāne'ohe Bay off the island of O'ahu in the state of Hawai'i, USA. It is a marine research facility of the Hawai`i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) of the University of Hawai`i. In 1934–1936, Christian Holmes II, an heir to the Fleischmann yeast fortune, doubled the original 12-acre island with coral rubble, sand, and earthen landfill. He established a residence with aquaria, kennels, and aviaries for his many pets.
Located at 21.43 -157.79 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Kawai Nui Marsh
Kawai Nui Marsh (or Kawainui) is, at over 800 acres, the largest wetlands in the Hawaiian Islands. The marsh is located near Kailua on the windward side of O'ahu and is owned by the State of Hawaii and the City & County of Honolulu. This marsh is a Ramsar Convention wetland site. Kawai nui means "the big water" in Hawaiian and reflects the fact that this feature was a huge, possibly marine or estuarine, body of water at the time when the area was first settled by Polynesians.
Located at 21.39 -157.76 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Heʻeia is a census-designated place comprising several neighborhoods located in the City & County of Honolulu and the Koʻolaupoko District on the island of Oʻahu north of Kāneʻohe. In Hawaiian the words heʻe ʻia mean "washed away", alluding to a victory achieved by the populace against others from leeward Oʻahu, aided by a tsunami that washed the combatants off the shore. Heʻeia includes Haʻikū Valley and Heʻeia Kea. The population was 4,963 at the 2010 census.
Located at 21.43 -157.81 (Lat./Long.); Less than 4 km away
Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden
The Hoʻomaluhia Botanical Garden (approximately 400 acres) is a botanical garden located at 45-680 Luluku Road, Kāne'ohe, Oahu, Hawaii. It is part of the Honolulu Botanical Gardens, and is open daily, without charge, except for Christmas Day and New Year's Day. The garden was established in 1982, and designed and built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers for flood protection.
Located at 21.39 -157.81 (Lat./Long.); Less than 4 km away
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