La'ie Walking Tour: Hukilau Beach

Hukilau Beach
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The hukilau song written long ago reminds La'ie community members of the hukilau festivals held here before 1970. "Oh we're going to a Hukilau (pulling the nets), a huki, huki, huki, huki, hukilau. Everybody loves the hukilau with the laulau (pig wrapped in leaves) and the kaukau (food) at the big Luau (feast). Oh we throw our nets way into the sea and all the amaama (fish) comes swimming to me. Oh we're going to a Hukilau, a huki, huki, huki, hukilau. What a wonderful day for fishing, the old Hawaiian way; when the hukilau nets go swishing, down at old La'ie Bay."

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