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Why Puako should be renamed “Honu Beach”

Living and working Puako Beach real estate means that occasionally I forget what an amazing natural wonderland is the Big Island’s Kohala Coast.

Luckily, when I hit the beach there is nearly always a Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle hanging around

(This video was taken on my birthday, June 19th, on the beach in front of my house in Puako. Hau’oli la hanau to me!)

Looking for a slice of Honu Heaven to call your own? Contact me for more information on available listings in Puako Beach. We have knowledge of many other Puako properties not currently on the market with owners willing to sell.

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Justin - Head Web Head

July 2, 2010

Happy belated birthday!

Justin - Head Web Head

July 2, 2010

Happy belated birthday!

Matt

July 2, 2010

Love the Honu… but they sure are expensive for those video shoots. They must have the same agent as Mr. Nui.

Matt

July 2, 2010

Love the Honu… but they sure are expensive for those video shoots. They must have the same agent as Mr. Nui.

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