Pictures of wood called Ki'i stand guard on a reconstruction of a temple and mausoleum containing the bones of 23 ali'i. Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park. Big Island. Their wooden houses painted in bold colors will transform the atmosphere of the seventies, when the town was a thriving place fully dedicated to sugar cane. From the outskirts of town and the Kohala Mountain road leading to Waimea Rd ranches with horses and cattle come one after another by the side of Waipi'o Valley. In the east, should visit the city of Hilo and his Japanese garden and the Panoramic Route Pepe'ekeo way Akaka Falls waterfalls. Near the village is also Honoli'i Beach, where most of the surf practitioners are women, and there is even a school, the Big Island Girl Surf, who teaches the novices. Well, Hawaii is a country that does not give back to anyone who wants to have fun.