Off of Haneoo Road is the beautiful Koki Beach, a beach that is not safe for swimming but has a beautiful view.  Right off the coast, you can see Alau Island, a small island crowned with coconut palms.  The trees were planted to commemorate a father’s loss of his sons in World War II.  Legend says Alau is a lost remnant of Maui, left behind when the gods pulled the islands from the sea to create the Hawaiian chain.

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