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Kalopa Bypass Road Opens – Relief to Pauuilo Mauka Roads from Waimea-Honoka'a

The Kalopa Bypass Road is finally open, and what a pleasant relief to residents on the Pauuilo Mauka Rd., Kukuipapa Rd., and Kula Kahiko Rd., who commute to and from Waimea and the Honoka’a area on the Big Island of Hawaii. Here is a video clip of the beautiful drive down the Kalopa Bypass Road.

Such a pleasant drive down the new road, which is a detour from the seasonally closed switchback road that crosses the Kalopa Gulch. Mahalo, County of Hawaii and Mayor Kenoi, for completing this awesome road for the residents and guests of Kalopa and Pauuilo!

To get more information, or to be apart of the Community of Kalopa and the beautiful Pauuilo Mauka area, please give me a call—and if you are already a member of the community and would like information on how you can participate in community forums, please contact the Pauuilo Mauka Kalopa Community Association, an active community that assists in bridging the government and commercial firms who are interested in the geographical areas of Kalopa and Pauuilo.

The area is beautiful and worth a visit next time you are in the area. I’ve had many magical real estate experiences here, and in studying the area, I learned about the ancient Continent of Mu, or Lemuria (which encompassed the whole area of the Pacific Ocean from the Americas to Japan, Madagascar, and beyond)—I found that Lemuria’s capital city was called Amakua…which to me, is Hamakua, or the Hamakua Coast on the Big Island of Hawaii…so I have a personal interest in the sacred lands of Hawaii and particularly the Hamakua Coast.

If you would like to know more about real estate in Hawaii and feel a connection to the islands, I would be happy to show you around! Many people experience the feeling of “home” when they come here…maybe that’s you! Mahalo for reading and I hope this information is helpful to you! Call me anytime I can assist you!

Blessings always,

Claire K. Bajo, RS

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