Noe is known as a misty soft rain. Kōloa is known for this rain as mentioned in the song Ka Ua Noe O Kōloa written by Robert Waiʻaleʻale. “ He nani maoli no ka ua noe o Kōloa, He makalapua i ka wao kele.
Beautiful indeed the misty rain of Kōloa, bringing forth blossoms in the upland forest” The composer, father of Lena Machado, worked and lived at Kīpukai. Some old timers believe Kōloa was named for a steep rock called Pali-o-kōloa. Kemamo was a spring reserved only for the aliʻi
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