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“Makai” means toward the sea.
This is Farrington highway (93) looking bacwards to Makaha. I live in Makaha and you can only go about 4 more miles up this highway until it ends. From then on you’d have to walk around the island then you’d be at the north shore.
Another view of the hilside. From what I hear there’s a lot of pot growing down there and plenty of waterfalls and cool places above.
Here’s what it typicall looks like over my way.
Miles and miles, about 4, maybe 5 miles of this from Makaha to Kaena Point. There’s nothing here. No stores, no shops, no gas stations. Nothing. People are difficult to find out this way.
Ahh. Here we are about at the end of the paved road. I am standing at the very end shooting back. There’s not much out here except what you see.
I live at the far right pu`u (hill) in Makaha. The only places between there and here are unmarked areas named: Barking Sands and Yokohama Bay. Your looking at the bay. I found three people here. It was a Saturday, so.
I walked down to the edge of some rock and shot this.
I was there about an hour or so before sunset, so this was cool and I made it my “background” for my computer. I had to squat down for this shot to get it just right. This is West Oahu.
Here’s another shot. Of course I took all of these right here at Kaena Point. This is as far as you can go on this side of the island, driving anyway. You can pack up and hike around to the North Shore. Better check the tide charts this time of year. High surf advisory. It was like 90 degrees and dead quiet.
And a final shot of the vast Pacific and its setting sun. ~~Aloha oe` Ka`ena~~