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Driving the Road After Hana

Driving the Road to Hana is easy. It’s the road after Hana, the Piilani Highway, that you need to be warned about. And apparently most GPS devices do just that, telling you to turn around before you violate your contract with the rental company. That is precisely why I refused the stupid little device when […]

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Learning a Larger Life Lesson Through Throw Net Fishing on Maui

Throw net fishing seemed easy enough. You just take a big net with weights on the bottom, toss it out into the water, and walk away with dinner, right? Not so much. And it was a hard and messy lesson to learn in Maui’s Hana Bay during my stay at Travaasa Hana, but the one […]

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A Stay at the Travaasa Hana Hotel on Maui

Maui hotels and resorts are plentiful, but few anywhere on the Hawaiian Islands can stand up to what Travaasa Hana has to offer. I learned that fact when I enjoyed their hospitality on my recent visit to the island. My stay at Travaasa Hana was one of the best – if not the best – […]

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Relaxing with Beer and Munchies on Maui

Lounging over munchies at Maui’s Fairmont Kea Lani with a cold one from the Maui Brewing Company.

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Hiking Through Haleakala’s Bamboo Forest

I stood at a crossroads near the end of hiking by the Oheo Gulch on my way to the Waimoku Falls. On one hand, I would be risking almost certain death. But on the other I would be able to stand beneath the largest waterfall on Maui, admiring the spectacle as it dropped approximately 400 […]

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Driving the Road to Hana

The Road to Hana clings to the side of the Haleakala volcano, skirting Maui’s northern shore for over forty miles from the small town of Paia to Hana. It is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful drives in the world. It is one of Maui’s main tourist attractions – as much […]

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