KALANIOPUU, uncle of KAMEHAMEHA THE GREAT, lived and died in the district of KAU in 1782. A PALI (cliff) on today’s KAHUKU RANCH was named for the king who took such great delight in the art of hula that he often got up and joined the dancers. The scenic point of KA LAE-South Point-is where the first Polynesian immigrants made landfall on the island of Hawaii. The PUNALUU Bakery and Visitor Center in NAALEHU is a good stop, as well as the MARK TWAIN TREE coffee shop.