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Just North of Hilo you’ll find the district of Hamakua- a lush, fertile section of the island that offers its residents and visitors the opportunities to observe both coastline and white capped mountain views. The towns of Honomu and Honokaa are mostly made up of large plantation parcels. In ancient times, Hawaiians would use these areas to harvest wood for their canoes and collect the feathers needed to make royal capes, or 'ahu'ula. The 'ahu'ula were made up of thousands of bird feathers; bright yellows and dark, deep reds make the 'ahu'ula striking and unique- true masterpieces.

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