Thursday, December 24, 2009

Koko Head

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  1. Koko Head is the headland that characterizes the eastern side of Maunalua Bay along the southeastern side of the Island of ahu in Hawai. On its western incline is the group of Portlock, a some portion of Hawai Kai. Koko Head (at 642 ft or 196 m) is an antiquated ruff cone that is to some degree overshadowed by its neighboring ruff cone, Koko Crater, with its top, Telephoner or Puʻu Mai, ascending to 1208 ft or 368 m.My name is Nagaraj I'm working in this website Koko Head itself has three noteworthy miseries or old vents, the biggest of which structures the surely understood Human Bay.scenic post that elements an exceptionally far off perspective of the Island of Lāna i toward the southeast of Oʻahu. Molokai straightforwardly over the Kiwi Channel, is nearer and almost constantly unmistakable amid the day Lana is noticeable just under great barometrically conditions, in spite of the fact that if obvious from anyplace on Oʻahu, it will be unmistakable from this haul out stopping zone.