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People & Places

Dayna Kalakau, editor

Kailua: O‘ahu’s windward jewel

Twelve miles from the downtown HPU campus and less than five minutes from Hawai‘i Loa campus, Kailua is a bustling village with a rich history and a diverse mix of people and cultures. While the beach is definitely a main attraction, Kailua is more than just the average “beach town” one often associates with Hawai‘i, even though it offers many of the typical shopping, dining, and recreational options for both locals and visitors. With a core population of more than 50,000 and average high temperatures fluctuating between 76 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in the summer, one can have a great day and find many things to do in Kailua. [More]


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