Hawi

Kohala Coffee Mill in Hawi Hawaii
Bamboo Restaurant in Hawi Hawaii

This week’s Sunday Stills challenge theme is ‘In Your Town.’ See more responses here.

I’ve run a couple of Hawi scenes already this past week (here and here) and another earlier in this year (here). But here are a few more scenes from Hawi town.

Kohala Coffee Mill is a social meeting place with coffee, excellent local ice cream, and good food.

Across the street, the Bamboo Restaurant is a popular local restaurant which hosted farmers market stalls during the Covid times (I know, they’re still going on.).

The banyan trees are where the farmers market used to be held every Saturday, and is a popular rendezvous spot. Everyone knows where they are.

Nakahara Grocery in Hawi Hawaii

Across from the banyans is Nakahara Store, a small local grocery that’s been around a long time.

Hawi is an arty place and some arty types express themselves on their vehicles!

A painted truck in Hawi Hawaii
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21 thoughts on “Hawi

    1. Graham Post author

      It’s a great place to live. I haven’t eaten at the Bamboo for ages. We cook at home so much we don’t eat out a lot here. We save that for when we’re out and about.

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  1. Terri Webster Schrandt

    These are beautiful examples of small towns on the Big Island, Graham. I remember driving through Havi and thinking what a fun, quaint town it is. The image with the banyan trees is awesome–they are so cool! Have a good day and be careful out there!

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