Guest Kaʻiulani Pahiʻō joins our host Lei in this episode of Ka Leo o ka Uluau to tell us the moʻolelo of Nanaue that takes place in the awāwa of Waipiʻo.
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4 replies on “Episode 22: Kaʻiulani Pahiʻō, Moku of Hāmākua”
Wonderful storytelling, Aunty Kaiulani!! I would like to hear more stories from Waipi’o. My Grandson and I listened to your story of Nenewe. His father knows of the Nenewe area and lava tube in Waipi’o. Mahal nui, Aunty Kathy from Kanu.
Mahalo nui e Kathy for listening! It is wonderful to hear that our audience connects with the moʻolelo and especially with our guests. Waipiʻo is such a beautiful place that is rich in history and Kaʻiulani did an excellent job of sharing the moʻolelo of Nenewe (or Nanaue). Glad you enjoyed!
So very much enjoyed this. Thank you for sharing.
Aloha e Alexa,
We appreciate your manaʻo, mahalo for listening!