The Big Island of HAWAII
An online magazine about the Big Island of
with live web camera, forum and more.
Visit a Live Volcano
USGA, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
Note: Be sure to click on "aerial photo" to see were
camera is located and get a better feel for what you are looking
at. You can see the lava best at night and sunrise about 8-9
am California time.
Visit a seahores farm in Kona. The only place in the world to shake hands
with a pregant male!
Hold and feed a real live seahorse!!
A 10-acre aquafarm to serve the world
market for premium, live abalone. The facility is located on Hawaii's Big
Island on the Kona Coast, near the Kailua-Kona International Airport. The
abalone aquafarm is one of the largest in the world.
The Kona Underwater
Photography by Kani
Fine Art Photography by Kani offers digital printed
media of the beaches and beauty of the Big Island of Hawaii.
King's Hawaiian Restaurant & Barkery
the one's who make King's Hawaiian Sweet Bread)
2808 W. Sepulveda
Blvd. (between Crenshaw & Hawthorne Blvds.) Torrance, California
The restaurant's menu includes a variety of Hawaiian dishes and
other Pacific Rim meals. The menu ranges from a wide selection
of pupus (appetizers) and tropical salads to full meal entrees.
Hawaiian local food is featured with selections including Loco
Moco, Teriyaki Chicken and Beef Bowls, Kalua Pork, A Luau Platter,
Lau Lau, Mahi Mahi and Huli Huli Chicken.
The bakery has a large selection of traditional and Island style
cakes in tropical flavors such as Dobash, Guava Chiffon, Passion
Fruit and their most famous - Hawaiian Paradise Cake.
New - King's Hawaiian
"The Local Place" Bakery & Cafe
It's smaller and right off the 405 freeway; casual kind of Hawaiian
high tech decor (no web site).
Western Ave, Torrance, CA 90504 (310) 532-3233
Hawaiian Local Food