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Newly Hatched Hawksbill Turtles On Their Way To The Ocean On South Maui’s Palauea Beach

Baby Hawksbill Turtle, hatched 11/10/2015 about 7am. White Rock beach, South Maui Whoops … newly hatched turtles fall on their face a lot as they head to the sea. All had good energy and were off to the ocean within minutes. Newly hatched hawksbill turtle instinctively heads into the shorebreak and into the sea … […]

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Living on Maui – The Ups and Downs

  I have been thinking about this topic of “Living on Maui” for the past few weeks.  Recently our family’s income was reduced significantly. There were moments of panic and anxiety.  Then we prayed, we assessed, we prayed again and we planned.  Bottomline, we have to change our lifestyle and live within our means, with a new […]

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Ka Malama Dinner Series At The Grand Wailea

Ka Malama Dinner Series at the Grand Wailea – It was a fascinating experience – a unique feast engaged with cultural learning.  The suitable pairing of wine with the food served is an added treat. The welcome cocktail is the “cherry on top”! Thanks to Sommelier Yeshua Goodman for that delicious Lilikoi Basil cocktail shown on […]

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Hawaii Food And Wine Festival on Maui

Maui On My Mind – Hawaii Food And Wine Festival – #HFWF15

When we think of Maui, some of the first things that comes to mind are beautiful sunsets, blue ocean and sandy white beaches, scenic drive on the Road to Hana including waterfalls and bamboo forrest and sunrise at Haleakala. I am sure you will have your own addition to what I’ve mentioned. Maybe a wedding or […]

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Dragon’s Teeth on Maui

All photos above were taken by Darren McDaniel of  The Maui Darren.  “Sometimes hard to capture the beautiful color of the Dragon’s Teeth area in Kapalua; the soft grey’s often rendering the images muted . My advice: go early in the day, or late for sunset… or bring a good neutral density filter and tripod.” […]

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Throw Net Fishing Hana Bay via Travaasa Hana

Liza Learned Hawaiian Throw Net Fishing At Travaasa Hana

Continuing with our Travaasa Hana adventure stories, one of the many activities that I really enjoyed doing was learning “Throw Net Fishing”.  Noelle took a photo of me during our lessons at Travaasa Hana, but she didn’t go with us at the bay, so I didn’t have a photo of me actually throw net fishing at Hana […]

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Hawaiian Monk Seal – Let’s Help Save In Ways We Can

The Hawaiian monk seal is a species in crisis. There are currently fewer than 1,100 seals remaining and their numbers continue to decline by 4% per year. The challenges they face are numerous including shark predation, human disturbance and habituation, fishery interactions, habitat loss, entanglement in marine debris, infectious disease, and even intentional killings. If […]

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