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Pacific Whale Foundation deserves a heartfelt mahalo for creating such an amazing...read more
I was on Maui for a week in late May in between work and music. School had just...read more
I love teaching photography. I teach at the local college and have a great time...read more
It's another beautiful Maui wedding day. I'm at Kapalua Bay with a newly Maui'd...read more
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Mar. 9, 2010 (3320 views)
My friend Emily and I have talked about our weddings ever since we were little girls, she has always wanted an unforgettable experience somewhere exotic, we both grew up on the outskirts of London, where it would be her, her man and a few close family and friends. And so it was, last summer her man granted her wish and Maui was the chosen place as it had been recommended by the groom’s work colleagues. I had never been to Hawaii before this trip but after watching many films in which...
Posted By erinsa
Aug. 16, 2008 (4988 views)
I just experienced my first trip to Maui in April.. It was fantastic! I loved it so much I did not want to come home. It was the tail end of whale season so we were able to see quite a few whales. They would come right up beside the boat. Even saw a full breach!We also took the road to Hana and I must say the drive was BEAUTIFUL! Long though.. It took almost 2 hrs to go about 45 miles. Well worth it. Then we stopped at the day spa and...
Posted By CoreyLovesMaui
May. 22, 2008 (6578 views)
My husband and I will be making our 3 trip to Maui in October and are trying to decide if this time around we want to watch the sunrise from Mt. Haleakala. We would love to hear from those who loved it, and from those who didn't, and why. Also, if you have some tips that made the trip easier or more enjoyable for you, please share!...
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This is not the same as a sno-cone! Shave Ice (note there is no "d" on shave) is a soft, easy-to-eat frozen treat made of ice that is literally shaved off a huge ice block, and then flavored with your choice of a rainbow of exotic syrups. Be sure to try one!