Hawaiian records from Kona Koast

When Kona Koast closed its doors here in Lebanon, I was beyond upset.  It was one of my most favorite places to go and just get away for an hour or two.  They offered tanning, massage, pedicures, manicures, and many other services that allowed for the person to just drift away and the owners made you feel like family.

Kona Koast was a pretty neat place because once you walked through the doors it was almost like you stepped onto the Hawaiian islands.  The day before they shut the doors I took the chance to snap a few shots of their wall decor, which was all Hawaiian vinyls, and other Hawaiian items like an instruction manual on HULA dancing.

• Hawaiian Moods by Billy Mure

Listen to it HERE!

• Hawaiian Paradise by Luke Leilani and His Royal Hawaiians

Listen to it HERE!

• On Treasure Island 1935 Sheet Music by Edgar Leslie and Joe Burke

Read about it HERE!

• Aloha Hawaii by Johnny Poi and the Oahu Islanders

Listen to it HERE!

And last, but not least......HULA!
(New, easy self-teaching methods)  I loved this so much I bought my own copy! HA!

Get your own copy HERE!

Eco-Tip:  Be sure and recycle every chance you get.  If a place takes back what they sold you to recycle it, take advantage of this option.  For this and other tips on going green visit, The Earth and Me Go Green.

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