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Farmer’s markets in Kihei

So you’re on Maui and all you really want is locally grown produce? Okay, so that’s not all you want, but it’s one of the things you want. Where to find it in Kihei? Your best bet (price-wise) is Wednesday/Saturdays at the Aloha Market Place near Kalama Park and the[…]

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Early morning walk

I enjoyed an early morning walk today. The air was a bit humid here in South Kihei. Here are a few pictures of what I saw (yes, I stopped to take pictures, I didn’t say I was actually exercising!) 6:15am view past the Piilani Hwy looking east (across Haleakala) stunning[…]

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Nice day for an upcountry drive

This morning Sig decided he felt like burgers for lunch. But not just any burgers – he needed burgers from the Ulupalakua General Store in upcountry Maui. So we packed up the kids and went for a drive – a 1 1/2 hour drive – for lunch. Yes, a bit[…]

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Cycling to Hana

Do you enjoy cycling? One of Sig’s cousins has started travelling with his bike and brought it along this spring to ride up Haleakala (he did it! He rode all the way from Wailea to the summit of Haleakala). This morning I found another trek for him to make –[…]

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50th Anniversary of Maui’s Ulupalakua Ranch

Sunday, June 30th the Ulupalakua Ranch is celebrating their 50th anniversary with a Sunday Drive event. The ranch is Maui’s 2nd largest ranch and spreads over 20,000 acres from 2000 – 6000 ft elevation on the Southern side of Haleakala. It was originally founded in 1845, but has been with[…]

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Are you looking for a bike to rent?

Have you thought about renting a bike while on Maui? While I don’t know how handy it would be for going grocery shopping (probably not at all), there is some great biking to do here. One of our cousins brings his own bike along when he comes to Maui. Last[…]

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The old lava flow

La Perouse Bay, known to our family as ‘the old lava flow’, is definitely worth checking out! As you may know, Maui was formed by two volcanos – the now extinct Mauna Kahalawai (West Maui Mountains) and Haleakala, which you will find labelled as both active and dormant. I’m not[…]

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