Maui Thing Sponsors A Maui Blog Give-Away

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It’s the Fall Edition of Bloggy Give-away and this is the first time A Maui Blog is participating. The give-away? A $50 Gift Certificate to the Maui Thing. Maui What? Maui Thing! Maui Thing is a lifestyle company inspired by all things good on Maui. It’s more than just cool products, it’s a movement, it’s about growth and change. They believe that good ideas and good design have the power to inspire, to stimulate, to make good things happen. It’s such a cool thing!

So now, all you have to do to get a chance to be entered in a raffle draw is to go to Maui Things website, look around, and then come back here and leave a comment on this post telling me what style you like (the name of the style). It does not matter if it’s a design for men, women, or kids. Just pick one and let me know.


Comments will be closed on November 1 at 5 PM Maui time. The winner will be announced on November 2.

And for hundreds of give-aways to participate in, go to the Bloggy Give-away official site here.
* Go to Liza’s Eyeview for another Gift certificate give-away. click here for the bugaloo shoes and HERE for the Organize Now book.

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Maui Hawaii Suppa Man

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sung by 3 Scoops Aloha

Told is the tale of the mischievous one
who fished out all the islands and captured the sun
his deeds and tasks i will unmask
so that you’ll understand
that before there was a Clark Kent
there was a Hawaiian Supaman

He fished out all the islands with a magic hook
there would’ve been more but somebody looked
in blue morning sky, the sun he entwined
to slow down his flight, so kapa could dry

Chorus:
Mischievous, marvelous,magical Maui
hero of this land
the one, the only, the ultimate Hawaiian Supaman
Oh Maui, Maui, Maui, Hawaiian supaman
Oh Maui, Maui, Maui, Hawaiian supaman

The secret of fire was locked somewhere in time
So when the Ahi died in the Hula Kuke, no way to re-ignite
So off he goes in search of those who hold the information
So that fire could be used by all the future generations

He found out the Alae held the fire connection
But his plan of deception fell short of perfection
With no other choice he had to get mean
So he squeezed Alae’s got throat until she screamed the secret.

E hana kou i ka hui
(repeat chorus)

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Maui Sunset – Beautiful Maui Skies

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The other day the Maui Skies displayed an amazing array of Maui sunset colors. Just from our house alone I was able to capture two variety of sunset colors, the pinkish (or purpulish) one from our living room window and the yellowish one from our lanai (porch). There’s also a bluish one but my shot of that did not turn out well. So I would like to share these Maui sunset shots with you as my Weekly Winners:




For more Weekly Winners photos, visit Lotus’ Blog here.

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Sunday Photo: Slippahs

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Rubbah Slippahs or just “Slippahs” is how we say slippers. Don’t get this confused! You people on the mainland,etc call them “Flip Flops”. Again, don’t get em confused. They’re SLIPPAHS over here. Nothing you or anyone can say or do will change that. Flip Flops? No. Slippahs? Yes.

You can use Flip Flops if you want to sound like a Kook.

Posted by Surfer at maui.net

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