Archive for February 2019

Wai’anapanapa State Park

Absolute Must See! Remote, wild, low-cliffed volcanic coastline offering solitude and respite from urban life. Lodging, camping, picnicking, shore fishing and hardy family hiking along an ancient Hawaiian coastal trail which leads to Hana. Excellent opportunity to view a seabird colony and anchialine pools. Other features include native hala forest, legendary cave, heiau (religious temple),…

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Coffee and Cookies

Here’s All You Need To Know To Make The Best Cookies Of Your Life These are life-changing. By Duke’s Hawaiian Coffee​ 100% Maui Mokka and Chocolate chip cookies INGREDIENTS 1 cup bread flour ¾ cup all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons kosher salt or 1½ teaspoon table salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted…

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CALLING ALL FOOD BLOGGERS, COFFEE BLOGGERS AND FOODIES!!!

Specialty coffee consumers spend more than $30 billion annually on coffee and specialty coffee is becoming the preferred coffee of most Americans.   We’ve done our research on who drinks premium coffees and found some interesting insights: • The largest group of premium coffee consumers are millennials, ages 22 to 37 • Millennials in the…

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Baldwin Beach Park

A favorite with local families. This is a beautiful, long white sand beach on Maui’s North Shore. Baldwin Beach is a wonderful, long, wide, sandy beach park just outside of Paia. Fully equipped with lifeguards, bathrooms, showers, barbecues, picnic tables and a covered pavilion. During winter months, the main stretch of beach can have fairly…

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Ho’okipa Beach Park

Along the Hana Highway towards Haiku, The most consistent Maui surf spot, Hookipa is world famous for it’s afternoon windsurfing perfection. The beach is large with two narrow entrances to the water. Hookipa Beach Park has all the facilities you need. With bathrooms, lifeguards, picnic areas, showers, and plenty of parking, Ho’okipa is a great place to…

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Laniakea Beach

Laniakea, or “wide sky,” is the name of a fresh water spring near the east intersection of Pohakuloa Way and Kamehameha Highway. The spring’s waters surface among the rocks on the shore below the beachfront homes, and its location from the 1920s to the 1970s was marked by a sign on the side of one…

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