Kona, Hawaii, Walking Alii Drive

Kona, Hawaii, Walking Alii Drive

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Visiting Kona, Hawaii is more than going to the beach and surfing or snorkeling. If you walk up and down Alii Drive, named after King Alii, and you notice the beautiful gates, mail boxes, and house decorations, you can get to feel the love and respect the residents feel for this part of Hawaii. It is special. Take the time to look for all the items identified in this book and you will enjoy your visit to Kona all the more.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507689470
  • 9781507689479

About Stuart Watkins

Stuart Watkins has spent many many vacations on various Hawaiian Islands. The most recent visits have been to Kona. He has published Arizona: 100 Years, 100 Poems, 100 Poets to celebrate Arizona's 100th year of statehood. Black and White are only Shades of Gray, or so they say is a collection of his poems, short stories, and memoirs. An Occurrence Near Eugene, Oregon is a story about a lumberjack meeting a beast and the revenge the beast took. The House That Ran Away is about a house that was upset that it was so neglected and all the noise the kids made running up and down the stairs. The house decided to run away and find a place of peace and quiet. The family found the house and finally persuaded it to return. This is a fun book to read to children and grandchildren. Another book is about real estate, called Stuart Watkins and Steele 300. Great for investors and real estate agents. Stuart is a retired teacher and is currently President of the Tucson Poetry Society. He is a Board member of the Arizona Poetry Society, a member of the Society of Southwestern Authors, and a member of the SaddleBrooke Writer's Club. He has published many real estate articles, poems, and enjoys the effects written words can play on the emotions of the reader.show more