Remember this post? Yesterday, here’s what I read on the news: Hammerhead Hark on Maui Shore, Found Dead OWEN HOWSON / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-BULLETIN A 6- to 8-foot-long hammerhead shark, seen here Monday at Kamaole Beach, had been spotted at South Maui beaches. It was found dead Thursday morning, entangled in abandoned fishing nets. […]
Where: Makena, Maui, HawaiiWhen: October 27, 2007 Venue: Maui Prince Hotel, Makena Beach. Race Starts: 8:00 AM Registration: Registration on-site at the Maui Prince: Wednesday, Thursday 9am-2pmFriday 9am-5pmSaturday – 6:30am-7:30am Rates: $25 fee includes event T-shirt and post-race refreshments. Mail in and online registration closes October 23. On site registration is limited to availability of […]
This is from Go Visit Hawaii Site: At the end of September, I announced a new reader reward contest. The prizes include an awesome Hawaiian music CD by Iz, handmade pineapple scented candle, wooden surfboard book mark, dashboard swaying hula dancer, Hawaiian pictorial 2008 calendar, book for Hawaii visitors, Hawaiian shirt sticky note pad, and […]
NEWS AND PHOTO FROM MAUI NEWS KIHEI : A 6- to 8-foot hammerhead shark continued to linger in the near-shore waters along the Kihei coast on Tuesday, raising speculation that the animal is ill or injured. Two men, who said they observed a hammerhead shark on the shore near Mai-poina-oe-Iau Beach Park on Saturday, said […]
Aloha! Just a few thoughts and tips I’d like to share with you. You probably won’t find these candid tips in other tour magazines, so here it goes: 1. Be polite on the road. Pull over to the side when needed. – Many locals get irritated when a tourist car drives slowly on the road […]
About two years ago, I told my husband “I have been living on Maui for 10 years (more or less), and I have not once gone to the Front Street for Halloween – I’ve got to do it at least once“. And so we did. We went in 2005. Having kids though, our main focus […]
To visit Alii Kula Lavender Farm official website, click HERE. It’s one of my favorite places on Maui. Photos above are taken from their website. Explore their site – there are more photos there. ****From their website: In the uplands of Maui, nestled along the skirt of Haleakala lay the beautiful gardens of Ali`i Kula […]
My husband took the above photos at Makena Beach (a few miles from our house) last August when his brother and family came to visit here. Don’t those photos make you want to come visit me here on Maui?