A unique character of life here on an island are the distinct smells and fragrances. One of my favorites is the aroma of limu along the shorelines. Līpoa has a strong flavor and because it washes up on the sand and dries out in the sun, the smell is more noticeable. Aunty Edith penned the song “Uluwehi O Ke Kai”, inspired by the drive up the coast from Kāneʻohe to Lāʻie. The fragrant līpoa is prevalent along the shore making it so memorable!
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