Remember the International Festival of Canoes that lured Polynesians from all over the South Seas to demonstrate their carving arts? Remember the Taste of Lahaina which attracked crowds oF 10,000 … Continue reading
KA’ANAP[ALI (Delayed by slow Internet problems). On a blustery but pleasant morning after an all night rain, they were not at the beach until the sun began to shine at … Continue reading
UPDATED: MORE THAN 300 RESIDENTS HONOR CANCER VICTIMS, SURVIVORS CARE GIVERS IN MEMORABLE LAHAINA RELAY FOR LIFE.
Originally posted on NORM'S VOICES OF MAUI:
CANCER SURVIVOR SENATOR ROZ BAKERPassionate about victims of cancer and the need for people to take steps to lead healthy lives to…
LAHAINA–The fallen down abandoned former plantation house which had a fire awhile back is no more. Crews demolished it this week.
My favorite morning handout place to read and write: The Starbucks Marriott has one of the best views any as you imbibe coffee including this morning. See photos of two … Continue reading
Photo by Charlie Osborn Photography in Lahaina and Caption via Katherine Smith Thousands of people donated money, time and supplies to allow a little group of Hawaiian canoe builders to … Continue reading
THE JOYS OF KA’ANAPALI: Following up on last January’s popular post we feature the superior people the planet (women) plus a few guys so as not to seem chauvinistic. … Continue reading
Along the beach path: Surf lessons, Westin pool, church at Leilani’s, beach stroller. VOICES OF MAUI TALK STORY, LCC PHOTOS JUNE 13