Kailua Kalikimaka Begins This Friday Kick off your 2013 holiday season with the annual lighting of the Kailua Village Christmas Tree at Queen Emma Square. This year’s tree lighting happens on Friday, November 29th at 5:45 PM and kicks off Kailua Kalikimaka. It’s a great way to start the holiday and even better when combined with some shopping and dining along Kailua-Kona’s famed Ali’i Drive! Homes for Sale near Hulihee Palace | Condos for Sale near Hulihee Palace Other upcoming… Read More
The festivities at the finish line of the fifth annual Keauhou Lavaman Triathlon held yesterday was a culmination of some 500 entrants completing the Olympic distance course of the 1.5K swim, 40K bike, and 10K run. What a beautiful day it was; some said nearly perfect conditions. Even the dolphins showed up to vocalize their approval right after the swim portion. This annual event is held in the Keauhou-Kona area with the start of the swim taking place at Keauhou… Read More
MLS 266798 | 27-1008 Old Mamalahoa Hwy View MLS 266798 property details, additional photos and map If you have ever driven any part of the Hamakua Heritage Corridor, you know what a special experience it is to catch glimpses of the ocean through the green tropical forest or to stop on an old bridge to watch streams running toward the ocean. The Onomea Scenic Route, an especially beautiful part of the drive, also happens to be the setting for the… Read More
75-233 Hualalai Road, North Kona MLS 262945 | Offered at: $549,000 View MLS 262945 property details, additional photos and map On occasion, I have the pleasure of listing residential properties in West Hawaii that are perfect for multi-generational living, which is so common in Hawaii. These are homes that, while they could be used in a variety of ways, are especially suited to allow for grandparents, parents and keiki to all live under the same roof, ohana-style. Located on Hualalai… Read More
The Hilo Bayfront Trails project is a proposed shared-use pathway system accommodating pedestrians, bicyclists, and other non-vehicular modes of travel along Hilo Bayfront from the Wailuku River to Hilo Harbor covering nearly 6 miles & connecting over 700 acres of land around Hilo Bay, most of which is publicly-owned open space. The trail will create much-needed infrastructure to allow increased walkability and connectivity to special places that form Hilo’s unique character and sense of place.