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2010.02.05 02:24 DS9_fan Aloha and welcome to /r/Honolulu ~ E Komo Mai!

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2011.03.23 04:07 FunkyBrento Aloha and welcome to /r/Oahu ~ E Komo Mai!

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2019.08.13 07:12 honolulu_oahu_mod Aloha and welcome to /r/MolokiniCrater ~ E Komo Mai!

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2023.06.03 18:32 DotLanguages 蓝牙的故事 🔵🦷 Stories Of Bluetooth

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2023.05.31 22:35 chooseausernamethree Fresh coconut water

Aloha! It's our last day in maui and we haven't had fresh coconut water yet. Any suggestions in south maui / fifteen minutes drive from Kihei?
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2023.05.31 01:23 Pulelehua ~ Island wide community events for the month of June ~

Aloha everyone!
It’s been awhile since we put together a list of events. With so many things happening in the month of June and throughout the summer time, I thought it’d be nice to have a monthly community calendar again.
If there’s anything exciting that you know of happening in June ~ feel free to share it in the comments!
  • Hawaiʻi Kuauli Pacific & Asia Cultural Festival ~ June 9-11th ~
A celebration of Hawaiʻi Island and its beauty as a cultural melting pot. This 3 day event will be packed with food, fashion, cultural expressions, keiki hula, cultural workshops and the islandʻs only Fireknife competition. The event begins Friday with the opening celebration - including protocol from the various cultures represented and a hula hōʻike (celebration). Saturday is filled with a wearable arts exhibit, arts & crafts and a Samoan fire knife competition. Sunday enjoy a delicious culinary experience a the Taste of Pacific & Asia.
The festival is a culturally based experience for both local residents and visitors. It is organized as a combined multi generational effort including members of the community from all spheres of influence - providing them with a platform to showcase the gifts and talents of those cultures present in Hawaii. Presentations of cultural dance expression, culturally based education programs, food, music, fashion and art will be held throughout the three day event.
  • King Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade in Historic Kailua Village ~ June 10th ~
Join us on Saturday morning, June 10, 2023, for the annual King Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade in Historic Kailua Village. Throughout the day, the community of West Hawai‘i will gather to honor the great ali‘i, King Kamehameha I, who established the first capital of the united Hawaiian Kingdom here in Kailua-Kona at Kamakahonu.
Adorned in the flowers and colors of the Hawaiian Islands, regal pāʻū riders on horseback will represent each of the eight islands, led by their respective princesses and the pāʻū queen. The floral parade will also feature hula hālau, equestrian units, marching bands, a horse-drawn carriage and more.
After the parade, enjoy a ho‘olaule‘a (music and art festival) at Hulihe‘e Palace, including a free concert featuring top Hawaiian recording artists. Then take time to visit the many shops, galleries and historic landmarks of Historic Kailua Village.
  • King Kamehameha Day Celebration Ho‘olaule‘a at the Hulihe‘e Palace ~ June 10th ~
Join us for the annual King Kamehameha Day Ho‘olaule‘a beginning at 11:00 AM following the King Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade! We are excited to open the doors and welcome kama‘āina and visitors to: tour the Palace, enjoy the grounds, and support local vendors and artisans, while enjoying musical entertainment and ‘ono food.
All proceeds from the Day go towards the historic preservation, maintenance and operations of the Palace and grounds.
  • 50th annual Kamehameha Day canoe regatta at the Kailua Pier ~ June 10th ~
On June 10, join the Kai ‘Opua Canoe Club as they host the 50th annual Kamehameha Day canoe regatta at the Kailua Pier. Racing action starts at 8 a.m. as canoe clubs from around the Hawai‘i Island come together at the Kailua Pier for all day racing.
Ka‘ahumanu Place will be closed on Saturday for the annual Kamehameha Day canoe regatta craft fair with exciting vendors, a food booth and more.
  • North Kohala Kamehameha Day Celebration ~ June 11th ~
Every June 11th, thousands of people gather on the northern tip of the Big Island of Hawaii to honor Kamehameha I, the chief who united the Hawaiian Islands in 1795. Kamehameha Day is recognized as a state holiday throughout Hawai'i, but North Kohala is a very special place to celebrate. Kamehameha I was born in North Kohala, where residents played a prominent role in saving his life as an infant.
Although North Kohala is a small community, each year on June 11th it puts forth a large grassroots effort to present a full day of celebration and tribute to King Kamehameha I. Visitors are welcomed to the North Kohala towns of Hawi and Kapa'au on Sunday, June 11, 2023 to take part in this unique local event. All events are free.
  • Procession of Royal Societies 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM. There are four Royal Societies: The Royal Order of Kamehameha, ʻAhahui Kaʻahumanu, Hale o Nā Aliʻi and Māmakakaua (Daughters and Sons of Hawaiian Warriors). The four Royal Societies will lead, followed by the Daughters of Hawaiʻi, the ʻAhahui Kaʻiulani and Hawaiian Civic Clubs.
  • Lei Draping Ceremony and Tradition Paʻu Parade 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM: See the original statue of King Kamehameha I in all its holiday glory. The statue in Kapa'au is decorated with many 20-foot-long floral lei created in tribute to the King. Watch a traditional pa'u parade with horses and riders adorned in flowers and colors to represent each Hawaiian Island. At 9:00 AM the road closes while Honorees and Pa'u riders make their way from Kohala High and Elementary School to the statue and Kamehameha Park in Kapa'au. Parade to begin promptly at 9:00 AM.
  • Hana Noeʻau 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM: Enjoy "hands-on"education exhibits that ends the dayʻs festivities at the statue.
  • ʻAha 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Join us as we celebrate the Kohala Festivities and the ceremonial release of KŪKULU, A Tribute to the Pillars of Mauna a Wākea, a compilation CD acknowledging, recognizing and honoring all who stand for Mauna Kea and places everywhere around the world.
  • Hawaiʻi Island LGBTQ Pride ~ June 24th ~
First celebrated in 2013, this yearʻs Hawai’i Island LGBTQ Pride will take place on Saturday, June 24, 2023 in Hilo. This annual gathering brings together members of the LGBTQ community and supporters in a fun, casual setting to affirm LGBTQIA+ peopleʻs fundamental rights and place in a free society. Join the celebration and experience the creativity, love and power of the unique LGBTQIA+ ʻohana on Hawai’i Island.
  • June Events at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park ~
The longer days of summer are here and that means more daylight to enjoy Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Mark your calendar for the following June events.
All events are free, but entrance fees may apply. Some programs are sponsored by Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park and Hawai‘i Pacific Parks Association. Programs are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Check the park calendar for more information.
  • Battle of Midway: A Japanese Perspective – The Battle of Midway, June 4 – 7, 1942, marked a turning point in World War II. The U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy would stand toe-to-toe battling for control of the Pacific. From the first decoded messages to the strategic decisions that would alter the course of history, Ben Hayes, historian and program manager for the park’s Interpretation & Education team, takes us through this epic conflict from a different perspective. Part of Hawai‘i Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in the Park programs and sponsored by the Friends of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Free, but park entrance fees apply.
    • When: June 6 at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
    • Where: Kīlauea Visitor Center auditorium
  • Ulana Lau Hala Demonstration – Learn to weave lau hala with practitioners from ʻAha Pūhala o Puna. Hawaiians have used hala (pandanus) tree to create many useful and beautiful items for centuries. Learn to weave lau hala and take home your own small piece of lau hala art. Part of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park’s ongoing ‘Ike Hana Noʻeau (Experience the Skillful Work) Hawaiian cultural programs, and co-sponsored by Hawai‘i Pacific Parks Association and the Friends of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Free, but park entrance fees apply.
    • When: June 14 from 10 a.m. to noon
    • Where: ʻŌhiʻa Wing (across Crater Rim Drive from Kīlauea Visitor Center)
  • Saving Wahi Pana (Storied Places) in Kaʻū – Discover how the County of Hawaiʻi Public Access, Open Space, Natural and Cultural Resource Commission (PONC) program and your tax dollars are preserving public access, open space, and natural and cultural resources in Kaʻū. Presented by Alexandra Kelepolo and Jodie Rosam. Part of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes’ ongoing Kahuku Coffee Talk programs and sponsored by Hawaiʻi Pacific Parks Association. Free admission, and Kaʻū coffee will be available for sale.
    • When: June 17 at 9:30 a.m.
    • Where: Kahuku Visitor Contact Station
  • Bert Naihe in Concert – Come be entertained by the Hawaiian music of Bert Naihe. Born and raised in Hilo, Bert enjoys the art of Hawaiian music and performs with Hālau o ka Ua Kanilehua and Kumu Hula Johnny Lum Ho. Bert’s first CD, “You’re the One,” was released in 2014 and features his own catchy versions of longtime favorites. Part of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park’s ongoing Nā Leo Manu Hawaiian cultural programs, and co-sponsored by Hawai‘i Pacific Parks Association and the Friends of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Free, but park entrance fees apply.
    • When: June 21 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    • Where: Kīlauea Visitor Center Auditorium
  • Uēkahuna, Thomas A. Jaggar Museum, and the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory – For decades, the Thomas A. Jaggar Museum has welcomed people from all over the world, sharing volcano science and Hawaiian culture adjacent to the awe-inspiring view that is Kīlauea volcano. The earthquakes of the 2018 eruption and summit collapse damaged the foundations of the historic buildings beyond repair. Join Jadelyn Moniz-Nakamura, Ph.D., as she takes us on a journey through the past of this sacred place known as Uēkahuna. The evolution of the area will be shared on the eve of the park’s efforts to restore a more natural landscape and provide a dramatic viewing area and rest stop for locals and visitors alike. Part of Hawai‘i Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in the Park programs and sponsored by the Friends of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Free, but park entrance fees apply.
    • When: June 20 at 7 p.m.
    • Where: Kīlauea Visitor Center auditorium
  • Artist-in-Residence Comics Journalist Andy Warner Returns – Join the park in welcoming back New York Times bestselling comics journalist, author and artist Andy Warner as the artist in residence for June. Come meet Andy as he presents the creative mind behind the art. Part of Hawai‘i Volcanoes’ ongoing After Dark in the Park programs and sponsored by the Friends of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park and the National Parks Arts Foundation. Free, but park entrance fees apply.
    • When: June 27 at 7 p.m.
    • Where: Kīlauea Visitor Center auditorium
  • Explore Kahuku – The Kahuku Unit, one of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park’s best-kept secrets, is open Thursday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and it’s free! Guided ranger programs and talks are offered on the weekends, check the park calendar for more info. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and a snack are recommended for all hikes.
    • When: Thursday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    • Where: Kahuku is located in Ka‘ū, about a 50-minute drive south of the park’s main entrance. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5
  • A Walk into the Past with Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar – Walk back to 1939 and talk with the founder of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar, at the edge of Kīlauea volcano. Dressed in period costume, actor Dick Hershberger brings the renowned geologist to life. You’ll learn what motivated Dr. Jaggar to dedicate his life to the study of Hawaiian volcanoes, and how his work helps save lives today. Space is limited; pick up a free ticket at the Kīlauea Visitor Center lānai the day of the program. This program is subject to cancellation during inclement weather. Supported by Kīlauea Drama Entertainment Network.
    • When: Fridays, June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Each performance is about an hour
    • Where: Meet at Kīlauea Visitor Center
  • Stewardship at the Summit Rainforest Restoration – Volunteer to help remove invasive, non-native plant species that prevent native plants from growing in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Wear sturdy hiking shoes and long pants. Bring a hat, rain gear, day pack, snacks and water. Gloves and tools are provided. Under 18? Parental or guardian accompaniment with written consent is required. Visit the park website for details.
    • When: June 2, 10, 16, 24 & 30. Meet at 8:45 a.m.
    • Where: Meet project leaders Paul and Jane Field at Kīlauea Visitor Center on any of the above dates
  • Explore the Summit and Other Ranger-Led Walks – Discover Kīlauea volcano on an easy one-hour, ranger-led walk offered daily. Other ranger-led programs may be offered; check with rangers at Kīlauea Visitor Center for additional programs.
    • When: Explore the Summit is offered daily at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
    • Where: Meet at Kīlauea Visitor Center lānai
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2023.05.29 21:34 Accomplished-Top4418 Kai Course Kaanapali Maui Hawaii.

Kai Course Kaanapali Maui Hawaii.
If you are going to play in Kaanapali, Play the kai course over the Royal. You get better ocean views as the condos don't block your view.
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2023.05.29 20:18 MatoroTBS Kaiserreich Beta 0.25 - ‘On the Wide Steppe’

After several years, the Eastern Europe Rework is complete, as the release of the Ukraine rework signals the end of an era for Kaiserreich. We learned a lot from the development process, with the Eastern Europe Rework being released incrementally, unlike the single large update that gave much of the China rework. With each successive release, we try our best to reach new heights with the mod, and to build on the work that was done beforehand, and both of these aims particularly apply to the Eastern Europe Rework. Our efforts remain ongoing on the reworks of all European majors, and the team members who worked on Ukraine have already moved on to work on Russia, Spain and Austria-Hungary. But for now, we are pleased to bring you our latest release, and we hope you enjoy it!
Notable Additions
Reworked/Expanded Focus Trees
Tweaked Focus Trees
New Events
New Decisions
New Custom Country Paths
Music Mod
Other Changes
We hope you enjoy playing Kaiserreich as much as we did making it!
- The KR4 Team: 84F8D8, Alpinia, Arvidus, Augenis, Blackfalcon501, Carmain, Chazem, Chiang Kai-shrek, Chiron29, Cody, Conchobhar, DuoDex, El Daddy, Fedex, Flamefang, Gaboemi, Gideones, Hamfast, hildagrim, Ido, Igor050301, JazzyHugh, Jeankedezeehond, Jonny BL, Juliet Wehrwolf, Kano, katieluka, Kennedy, kergely, KFateweaver, Klyntar King, Krčo, Luwofe, Matoro, McOmghall, ~mw~ // miwaco, NukeGaming, Owenomaly, PPsyrius, Pelmen, RagnoStrangeros, Rnk, Shiroe, Sonny O’Cad, SuperGreenBeans, suzuha, The Alpha Dog, The Irredentista, The Italian Jojo, Vidyaország, and Zimbabwe Salt Co.
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2023.05.27 19:20 cannonemilyn UFS squish :) trying to downsize my collection, open to pm’s and offers 💕💕 ISO squish at the end for possible trades!!

UFS squish :) trying to downsize my collection, open to pm’s and offers 💕💕 ISO squish at the end for possible trades!! submitted by cannonemilyn to BSTsquishmallow [link] [comments]

2023.05.25 19:07 cannonemilyn updated UFS squish!! :) open to pm’s and offers! preference is selling but would be interested in trading some, iso squish at the end but open to looking too 💕💕

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2023.05.25 03:41 Huongcaobeo Khám phá vẻ đẹp các bảo tàng nổi bật tại Maui, Hawaii

Maui được biết đến là một trong những điểm nghỉ mát nhiều người biết đến nhất nước Mỹ nhờ các bãi cát thanh bình của bờ biển Hamoa, những thác nước tuyệt đẹp bao bọc đường cao tốc Hana hay những đoạn đường mòn trong Công viên quốc gia Haleakala. Không chỉ thế, nơi đây còn chiếm hữu những địa danh mang đậm dấu ấn lịch sử. Mua ve may bay di my tu da nang tải nghiệm khám phá những điều thu hút
Hale Hō'ike'ike
Được duy trì và xây dựng bởi Hiệp hội Lịch sử Maui, Hale Hō'ike'ike là một trong những bảo tàng độc đáo nhất Maui, hứa hẹn đem đến cho khách du lịch tour du lịch lịch sử đầy quyến rũ thông qua các hiện vật, cổ vật, các sản phẩm nghệ thuật cùng các tòa nhà lịch sử.

Ghé thăm Maui, khách du lịch sẽ có cơ hội tìm hiểu về cơ chế quân chủ Hawaii trong phòng Kawānanakoa của bảo tàng hay chiêm ngưỡng bộ sưu tập đồ tạo tác phong lưu tại phòng Keōpūolani. Ngoài ra, đừng quên tham quan chiếc cano đánh cá quý hiếm hơn 100 năm tuổi tại Hālau Wa'a (Canoe House).
Địa chỉ: 2375A Main Street, Wailuku, HI 96793
Bảo tàng Di sản Lahaina
nằm ở tầng 2 của Tòa án Old Lahaina là một trong những bảo tàng lịch sử tốt nhất Maui mang tên Bảo tàng Di sản Lahaina. Khi đến đây, bạn có thể khám phá lịch sử của Lahaina từ thời kỳ tiền sử.
Các điểm tour du lịch đáng xem xét của Bảo tàng Di sản Lahaina bao gồm bản đồ địa hình của Maui, lá cờ năm 1898 của Vương quốc Hawaii và các buổi trình bày giáo dục về Khu bảo tồn cá voi lưng gù quốc gia của quần đảo Hawaii. Bạn cũng đừng quên ghé qua Lahaina Banyan Court để chiêm ngưỡng cây cổ thụ lâu đời nhất của Maui!
Địa chỉ: 648 Wharf St #101, Lahaina, HI 96761
Đặt vé máy bay cần thơ đi hà nội để có chuyến bay đến thủ đô tiết kiệm
Bảo tàng Wo Hing & Cookhouse
Vào đầu những năm 1900, Hiệp hội Wo Hing được thành lập và thành lập trên phố Front ở Lahaina. Ngày nay, tòa nhà đã được bảo tồn và biến thành một trong nhưng bảo tàng độc đáo nhất Maui
Hình như, bảo tàng Wo Hing & Cookhouse còn sở hữu một căn bếp số đông, dĩ nhiên hiện nay nó được hoạt động như một nhà hát nhỏ để tôn vinh cuộc sống thường ngày của hòn đảo. Những bộ phim được trình chiếu trong nhà hát đều là những bộ phim được hiện bởi Thomas Edison trong khoảng từ năm 1898 đến 1906.
Địa chỉ: 858 Front St, Lahaina, HI 96761
Hale Pa'I (Bảo tàng In ấn)
Hale Pa'i (hay Bảo tàng In ấn) là một trong những bảo tàng nhiều người biết đến ở Maui tọa lạc trong khuôn viên Trường Trung học Lahainaluna, dọc theo Đường Lahainaluna, Maui. Khi đến đây còn được gọi là Nhà in vì đây là tòa nhà lịch sử chứa máy in đầu tiên của Hawaii, cũng là nguồn gốc của Ka Lama Hawaii, tờ báo đầu tiên của Hawaii được xuất bản ở phía tây dãy núi Rocky.
Hale Pa'I là nơi các học giả chủng viện như David Malo xuất bản các tác phẩm nổi tiếng, trong đó bao gồm Moolelo Hawaii, tác phẩm mô tả các truyền thống và lịch sử cổ truyền của Hawaii. Tòa nhà một tầng này được xây dựng với những bức tường làm từ san hô và đá nham thách trát xi măng, tạo nên cấu trúc thẳng độc đáo đáng để chiêm ngưỡng.
Địa chỉ: 980 Lahainaluna Rd, Lahaina, HI 96761
Tìm hiểu hà nội nha trang bao nhiêu km và du khách sẽ có chuyến bay tiết kiệm khám phá TP đại dương miền Trung.
Bảo tàng Alexander & Baldwin Sugar
tọa lạc liền kề với nhà máy đường lớn nhất Hawaii, bảo tàng Alexander & Baldwin Sugar được liệt kê vào danh sách những bảo tàng độc đáo nhất Maui nhờ không gian bao la chứa đựng các hoạt động tạo ra đường thương mại của Maui.
tại đây chắc hẳn sẽ phù hợp với những giáo đồ ăn uống, khi những bạn tò mò sẽ được tìm hiểu lịch sử của cây mía và quá trình phát triển đường trên đảo. Mía chính là loại cây trồng có ảnh hưởng to lớn cả về kinh tế đến những người dân địa phương Maui.
Địa chỉ: 3957 Đường Hansen, Puunene, HI 96784
Pioneer Mill Co. Smokestack & Locomotives Exhibit
Là nơi trồng mía trước tiên của Maui, Pioneer Mill Co. Được xây dựng vào năm 1860 và hiện là một trong những bảo tàng nổi tiếng nhất Maui. Pioneer Mill là một phần cần thiết trong nền kinh tế Tây Maui trong 139 năm, với cấu trúc thành lập độc đáo của ngôi nhà ống khói cao làm bằng gạch và bê tông.
dù rằng Pioneer Mill Co. Đã xong hoạt động vào năm 1999, Tổ chức Khôi phục Lahaina đã tìm cách bảo tồn nó và xây dựng một lối đi tới các triển lãm lịch sử về thiết bị phát triển đường mía. Hành khách có thể chiêm ngưỡng các đầu máy xe lửa cổ của bảo tàng mang biệt danh “Lahaina” và “Launiupoko”.
Địa chỉ: 275 Lahainaluna Road, Lahaina
Mua ve may bay da nang gia re và hành khách sẽ có cơ hội trải nghiệm nhiều điều thú vị tại thành phố đại dương này
Bảo tàng Baldwin Home
nằm ở trung tâm của TP Lahaina, Bảo tàng Baldwin Home là một trong những bảo tàng cổ nhất ở Maui, được thành lập bởi Reverend Ephraim Spaulding vào thế kỷ 19.
📷Bảo tàng Baldwin Home là một trong những bảo tàng cổ nhất ở Maui. Ảnh: viaggi
Những ngôi nhà của người dân Baldwin thường lôi cuốn nhiều khách tham quan qua đêm. Ngày nay, Bảo tàng Baldwin Home mang đến cho những người mến mộ lịch sử một cái nhìn tuyệt đẹp về lịch sử truyền giáo ở Hawaii qua những bức ảnh cổ, đồ tạo tác và đồ vật từ những năm 1850, xứng đáng là một trong những bảo tàng độc đáo nhất Hawaii.
Địa chỉ: 120 Dickenson Street, Lahaina
Bảo tàng Lịch sử Makawao
Bảo tàng Lịch sử Makawao được thành lập riêng để khái quát về lịch sử của Makawao, một thị trấn nhỏ ở Maui tọa lạc trên vùng đất lịch sử và truyền thống của người Hawaii. Trong hơn 10 năm, Bảo tàng Lịch sử Makawao trưng bày các triển lãm về các đồn điền địa phương, trang trại chăn nuôi, trường học, nhà thờ và người dân Makawao.
Được duy trì bởi một nhóm tình nguyện viên tận tâm, bảo tàng Lịch sử Makawao cung cấp vé vào cửa miễn phí cho bạn và được bình chọn là một trong những bảo tàng đáng ghé thăm nhất Maui.
Địa chỉ: 3643 Baldwin Ave, Makawao, HI
Nếu du khách chưa có điều kiện đến Hawaii, hãy đặt vé máy bay đi phú quốc đến tìm hiểu đảo ngọc xinh đẹp của Việt Nam.
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2023.05.24 09:29 chooseausernamethree Itinerary Review

Taking another go at the itinerary for upcoming trip after EVERYONE said the last one was too packed. Thanks for that, have cut out a lot, but need some help.
DAY 1 Arrive by 2:30. Pick up car from airport. Check in to airbnb at Kihei. Get groceries. Visit Kamaole beach park near Airbnb.
Check snorkel report. Go to a beach and chill all day. Evening at Maui brewing company.
Ka'anapali beach in the morning. Brunch at moku roots in Lahaina. Walk around front street/shopping Dinner at Star noodle is booked.
Haleakala National Park (not sunrise) till afternoon Chill in the evening
DAY 5 Road to Hana. Wai'anapanapa beach booked (3-6pm) Airbnb at Hana for the night
DAY 6 Waimoku Falls via Pipiwai trail - 2 hrs. Seven Sacred Pools, Ohe’o Gulch trail- 15 mins. Drive back to Airbnb at kihei Polynesian show at Shops at Wailea at 5.30 pm/shopping.
No plans. Relax at beach.
DAY 8 Day to leave
*Is STAR NOODLE good for vegetarian/vegan food?I see one veg option for sure but no reviews for it. And is the view worth it even if it's not a sunset dinner slot? (Have reservation for 4:30 pm )
I'm considering this alternate itinerary and want to know if this is doable.
Day 3 - Haleakala national park (sunset) Day 4 - Lahaina (see og day 3) Day 5 - Road to Hana. Drive directly to Pipiwai trail and seven sacred pools trail. visit wai'anapanapa beach (3-6 slot) and head to Airbnb in Hana for the evening
Day 6 - Drive from Hana back towards paia making 3-4 stops. I keep hearing driving counterclockwise on this road and making stops is tedious? Need some clarity on this.
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2023.05.23 14:08 journeyingjew Waterfalls

First time visitors to Maui! What are the best waterfalls that are not on the Road to Hana? I invited my mom to come to Maui with my boyfriend and I for part of our trip. We planned to do the Road to Hana after she left, but now I’m considering driving it 2 days out of my 9. I know that’s crazy and I do get really motion sick but I have reservations for black sand beach on a day after she leaves (booked before we knew she was going to come) Tickets are now sold out if we were to go earlier.
I really don’t want to drive the RTH twice but I also want to take my mom to see waterfalls. We will be staying in Kihei but don’t mind driving a fair distance.
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2023.05.23 06:49 flickofthevic RTH Route

RTH Route
Looking to take a day for RTH but heard it’s shut down. Could anyone tell me where it’s shut down at and how long they usually last? Planned this route but not sure if it’s possible now
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2023.05.22 13:24 carnivorousdrew Suggestions on food, stay in Kaanapali and things to do

Hi everyone! We are planning our honeymoon end of Sept. and are looking to stay in Kaanapali for a couple of weeks, rent a condo + car and travel around. We would like some suggestions and feedback, it would be much appreciated, on these points:
  1. when looking at the condos we noticed that some are cheaper in the northern part near the Times supermarket, however it seems that that part is a bit more secluded and with fewer shops/restaurant options than what is available around Whalers village, the price difference in stay however is significant, so we were wondering if there is any trolley service from that northern part to Whalers village.
  2. What are some good restaurants on the island? We like Korean and Japanese cuisines, but would also like to try local cuisine, even if it's off the beaten path.
  3. After watching some videos and feeds of different beaches, it looks like Kaanapali has stronger waves and currents than the beaches in the Wailea and Kihei areas, is that correct? We plan on doing a lot of snorkeling. Btw I subscribed to a service called the snorkel report, wish this was a thing in other countries as well lol
  4. How do you counter huge jet lag? We are kinda used to 10h flights, but in this case, coming from Europe, we will have a 10hr flight to the West Coast, a night layover at a airport hotel, and then the 4-5h flight to Maui. That will put us at a time zone that is 12hrs behind basically.
  5. I read that the waterfalls like the twin waterfalls and the ones around are private, but that the access is open and you only have to pay a parking fee, is that correct? Is that also the case with the other waterfalls?
  6. What are some nice things to see or do in the North Eastern side?
  7. We plan on eating out once a day, do supermarkets like safeway provide ready meals/sandwiches for decent prices? If so, do they run out quickly?
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2023.05.21 15:18 DurchgepeitschterBot Gendern erkannt in /r/de !

Hier wurde gegendert -> https://reddit.com/de/comments/13nrq5t/kai_wegner_berliner_verwaltung_verzichtet_künftig/jl0wwkd/ :
Hui, Populismus!
Stelle mir gerade vor, wie jemand das Wort Bürger:innen liest und dann ganz verwirrt einen Duden hervorkramt, um herauszufinden, was dieses mysteriöse Wort nur bedeuten soll.
Was für eine selten dämliche Argumentation. Aber auch entlarvend: Kai Wegner möchte, dass alles so bleibt, wie es war, als Kai Wegner zur Schule ging.
Insgesamt hat dieser User schon 1 mal gegendert! Sein Privileg: Gleichstellungsbeauftragte*r.
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2023.05.21 08:15 seizethecheeses Anyone's car rental charge you for sand in the car?

I've rented cars many a time in Maui, and sand is a fact of life here on the island. I returned my car to SIXT and the guy made a comment about sand being on the carpet and how it will likely be an extra cleaning fee. Today I got my bill over email and they are charging me $200 to clean it, is this standard? I've always rented from Kihei rent-a-car and returned it after a week of beaches and driving all over the island, never cleaned the car myself except for garbage and have never been charged a fee like this.
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2023.05.19 00:07 Infinitum77 Please look into signing this petition to save a historic tree at Hawaii Department of Health

At the Hawaii State Department of Health's Kinau Hale, a historic tree (I believe it's a Chinese Banyan that's been around for several decades) that is frequented by Manu-o-Kū (White Terns) and other birds for habitation is in danger of being cut down on Saturday, May 20th in order to preserve 10 parking stalls due to asphalt uplifting. This tree has been a home to these beautiful birds and other bird species for years and it would be a tragedy to see it destroyed.
The Manu-o-Kū population is fairly small on Oahu (about 2,300 according to Hui Manu-o-Kū) and their population has been steadily increasing from 700 in the early 2000s. They rely on trees like this one for habitation and nesting. Without this tree, they're range of habitat will only diminish within urban Honolulu.
Cutting down this tree would not only harm the local Manu-o-Kū population, but also disrupt the ecosystem of the area. Trees provide oxygen, shade, and homes for many animals including insects, birds, and mammals. This is especially important as Honolulu's urban tree canopy continues to shrink and the urban heat island effect is expected to increase, which will impact the adjacent homeless shelter opening in late May 2023.
If folks would be willing to extend their signature, that would be wonderful.
Save HDOH Parking Lot Tree for Manu-o-Kū (White Terns)
Update: Someone noted that the conservation status of the local Manu-o-Kū population is more stable that what I was initially informed. I’m looking into this and will clarify to ensure factual information.
Update 2: lostinthegrind correctly pointed out that the Manu-o-Kū population is in-fact increasing, having risen from 700 to 2,300 as of present day, with the Hawaii-based population concentrated on Oahu. However, according to whiteterns.org, Manu-o-Kū are federally protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Thus I have adjusted the post Accordingly with correct information and new context. I sincerely apologize for missing information and context.
To clarify on why I published the petition, the tree is a fairly significant tree that is frequented by white fairy terns for habitation. While there are none nesting according to Hui Manu-o-Kū, I strongly think that this tree adjacent to the forthcoming houseless shelter should be preserved considering that it’s a healthy tree and will help reduce urban heat island effect. The justification by the state (specifically the Hawaii Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) that it needs to be removed due to it uplifting the asphalt of several parking stalls is unconscionable. Especially given Honolulu’s urban tree canopy is declining.
Important Update: The Governor’s office has issued a stay on the tree cutting until the DAGS Director and the State Central Services Division meet to discuss the tree cutting.
I want to thank everyone who extended their signature to the petition! As the Chinese banyan’s future is still uncertain, please consider sharing the petition and contacting Senator Karl Rhoads and Representative Scott Saiki asking them to have DAGS explore all options to preserve the tree or mitigate the cutting with new trees if possible.
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2023.05.18 14:08 False-Manager39 My dialect (A type of Lehndi/Western Punjabi with Eastern influences)

1) Past tense:
JeDii-ku menu jaankaarii ee, asaa'n dii bolRii vich Past tense common Jhangvi tey Saraiki aalaa ko nii.
SaaDaa Past tense PothohaRi (Upper Punjabic language) naal meyl khaandaa vay (it matches that)
HuN saaryaa'n JaTkii (a group of certain Lehndi dialects) lehjyaa'n vicho'n kinhaa'n-kinhaa'n naal eh match kardaa ee, ehdaa menu ghaNaa (zyaada) pata ko nii.
  1. Oh aayaa saa/sii (male past)
  2. Oh aayii sii (female past)
  3. Oh aaiiyaa'n seeyaa'n (female past plr)
  4. Oh aaye say (male plural)
  5. Tuu'n aayaa sei'n (second person)
  6. Asaa'n aayee saa'n
  7. Tusaa'n kado'n dey aaye khalay so? (Tusee'n kado'n dey aaye hoye sii?)
When we are not speaking Theth-ly we just use "sii" everywhere like the common Majhi speaker I guess. We only use Haa/Hayii/Han/Haavay when speaking with a Saraiki or Jhangvi speaker.
2) Future tense:
Same as all Western/Lehnda dialects. (Hindko/Jatki dialects/Pothohari/Multani and South dialects/etc)
  1. Na Dholaa hosii, na Raulaa hosii!! (hoveyga - No lover no trouble!)
  2. "HuN kittho'n labbh lyaaveeyay! Asaa'n kittho'n kareeyey bhaal (search)? Oh veylay val na aasan, kalliiyaa'n yaadaa'n ee reh gaiiyaa'n naal!" (Oh veylay muphir nii aavaNgay - [from my poem])
  3. Chaa peeso? Chaa peesei'n? (peevogay/gii and peeveingaa/gii)
  4. Moo'nh na naasaa'n, meinn vii kukkaR khaasaa'n! (Idiom, "Khaavaa'ngaa")
  5. Asaa'n huN aavdaa haq lai tey raahsaae'n/raahsoo'n. (Elders in South area say Raahsoo'n like Saraiki, rest say Raahsaae'n like Jhangvi [and most other Jatki] speakers) If you are unaware of either tense, ask me for videos.
3) Jull and Vanj:
We say "Jaa", (As in "Eh avein ko nii keetaa jaandaa!", "Kii keetii jaandaa ae'n?!")
Our elders use Juldaa and Veyndaa more and even in common speaking we have different times to use them. (Both these words are common throughout Lehnda dialects, especially in the Jatki belt and South/Saraiki areas, in North only "Jul" starts to become common)
  1. Ohh Jull vay etho'n! (Get lost)
  2. Kithay julyaa'en? (Where to?)
  3. Eh vii hoii julsii (This too shall pass)
  4. HuN na sadd ohnu, oh veyndaa pyaa ee (Don't call him now, he's leaving)
  5. Labbh veysii labbh veysii, ethay-ee-kidray hosii na (Labbh jaaveygii)
  6. Aa juleeyey (come lets go)
  7. Unhaa'n da saaDay vanay aavaN-vanjaN lagyaa raahndaa ee.
  8. Beh jul do minT aastay !
  9. HuN kithay veyso/julso? (Jaavogay)
  10. Maapyaa'n da jado'n Dar ee leh vanjay taa'n baal vigaR veyndin (leh jaavay/jaanday ney)
With "Aa" we prefer Jaa, (Oh aa jaasaN/Tenu samjh aa jaasii [JaavaNgay/Jaaveygii])
Point 3 is linked with Point 4
4) Unique verb tenses:
In Jhangvi and South/Saraiki dialects they have this Passive tense:
  1. "Oonday kolo'n bandaa mareeej pyaa!!" (maaryaa gyaa)
  2. "PaaNii bhareej pyaa? ke ko na?" (PaaNii bhar gyaa jaa nahi?)
  3. Onday pair kapeej paye!! (His feet got cut/Pair kapeejaN/vaDHeejaN means having loss)
  4. Chakeej sakdaa vay (Chakkyaa jaa sakdaa ae)
  5. Kamm mukaandyaa'n mukaandyaa'n tuu'n aapay mukeej veysei'n! (tuu'n aapay mukk jave'nga)
  6. Eh gand etho'n chakeejay taa'n ghar da haal ghar vargaa lagay ! (uTThay/chukkyaa jaavay)
  7. Aapay ee paTeej veyndaa aa, mei'n bahoo'n vaarii koshish keetii joR laavaN dii!
  8. NikkRay dii baa'nhh chhikeej payii! (Khichh gayii)
  9. Haa'nhh to'n reejhaa'n ee jado'n saariiyaa'n kaDHeejaN taa'n vatt kaahdii chass aasii? (Translate this on your own, I test you guys lol)
(Iqbal's dictionary examples Bhareej, Mareej, BhaiMayaSingh dictionary example. A-Jukes Lehnda dictionary gives this tense with each verb)
Only "Veyndaa/Veysii/etc" is used with this tense. Jul and Jaa don't fit.
And we also say:
  1. Avein ko nii kareendaa! (keetaa jaandaa)
  2. Eh lafz saaDay vanay varteendin (vartay jaanday ney)
  3. Oh dohei'n bahoo'n ghaNaa aleyndin! (boht zyaada bolday ney)
  4. Lokii menu aakdhin (aakhday ney) -Joining "hin" at the end of verbs is commonly done in all Lehndi dialects, especially Jatki ones and those of South/Saraiki, even in Pothohari and Hindko. (Pothohari example) -We also say "ney" for plural.
  5. Aaee'n ko nii aakheendaa ! (This is not how it is said!)
5) Chaa, Ghin, Pao, ChhaDD, Jul, Khalaa:
Ghin is for action you do on your own (Ghin=Lai) [Common in Saraiki, Pothohari and Hindko]
Chaa is used instead of "Dey"
  1. "Aavdaa kamm vii kar ghinn tey meraa vii kar chaa"
  2. "Chaa maaryaa", "PaaNi da hikk glass tey dey chaa", "Chaa dittaa", "Chaa keetaa", "Mukaavo chaa"
  3. "Khvaavo chaa na ko chajj dii shae" (Khilaa dei'n na koii dhang ki cheez)
For physical action that someone does, we say "Po" (Po/Pae = Jaa)
  1. "Tur pao nii Allah diiyo bandeeyo!" (Moooveee!!)
  2. "Sei'n pao!" (Sau'n jaa/Sleep!!)
  3. "Alaa pae, chup lagii khalee ee?" (Speak! Have you gotten mute?)
  4. "Do dey'nhaa'n aastay taa'n reh pao" (Stay for at least 2 days pls)
Pao can be replaced by Jul (Beh jul!)
Pyaa instead of Gyaa
  1. "Digg pyaa/Mareej pyaa/Gvaach pyaa/Khalo paye/Sei'n pyaa (Sau'n gyaa/slept)
ChhaDD is also like Chaa.
  1. Like, "KaDDH CHHaDD ehnuu!" (Nikaal do isay!!), "Aasaa'n dey aasray tey chaa-chhaDDyaa"
Khalaa = Hoyaa/Pyaa
  1. Bhukkh lagii khalee ee
  2. Oh aaye khalin
  3. Maut sir tey aaii khalee vay
  4. Mein tuhaaDay boohay tey aayaa khalaa aa'n
  5. Kamm kado'n daa mukkyaa khalaa ee
6) Some small important stuff:
Using "tey" after verbs.
  1. Hatth dho tey khaaNaa khaadhaa kar (Hatth dho ke khaaNaa khaaya kar)
  2. Tholaa tholaa rall tey chokhaa thee veyndaa vay (ho jaandaa ae)
Haigaa, Aa, Ee, Vay for "Hai".
Paaro'n for Kaaran/Vajah/Karkay.
  1. "Taa'n paaro'n aakhyaa" (Taa'n/Aes laii/Ehday karkay)
  2. "Taanhiiyo paaro'n taa'n oh tappyaa raahndaa ee" (Aesay aastay/Taanhiiyo)
  3. "KehRii paaro'n" (Kaahnu/Kihday karkay)
  4. Tusaa'n-dii paaro'n
Ko and Kaaii for "Koii". (I made a post on these in detail "Kaaii" is used a lot in Sufi poetry, Ko is very common and is in all dictionaries)
  1. AsaaDaa taa'n ko thaa'n-TikaaNaa ee kaaii-nii!
  2. Asaa'n naal aleyso ke kaaina? (SaaDay naal bologay jaa nahi? - A song in my dialect)
  3. Haigaa vay ke ko nii? (Hai jaa nahi?)
  4. Kamm tenu aakhyaa saa jehRaa oh tuu keetaa ee ko na/kaaii-na
Kihei'n for Kisay: (this is used in old poetry as well and still common in Jhang and South)
  1. Kihei'n daa kaaii visaah ko nii !!
Aenjhaa, Kenjhaa, Onjhaa, Jenjhaa for Eho-jihaa, Kiho-jihaa, etc:
  1. Aenjihiiyaa'n gallaa'n na keetaa kar.
  2. Jenjihaa'n pehlaa'n sei'n halee'n vii tuu'n onjihaa ee aei'n!!
Using Keetaa/Khaadhaa/Dittaa/Peetaa/Leetaa/Dhotaa/Nahaataa/Suttaa etc with Kar:
  1. AeDay daavay na keetay kar! (karyaa kar)
  2. Menu vii dittaa kar (dyaa kar)
  3. RoTiiyaa'n rajj rajj khaadhiiyaa'n kar, utto'n chaah vii vaahvaa chaaRHii kar! (khaayaa kar, chaaRhyaa kar)
  4. Haulay Haulay peetaa kar
Kyu'njay and Taa'njo for Kyunke and Taake
7) Continuous tense:
Two types:
  1. Oh keetii aandiiyaa'n-in/Oh kardiiyaa'n paiiyaa'n ney.
  2. Oh keetii aandin/Oh karday paye ney
  3. Bahoo'n mee'nhh paindaa pyaa vay ajj.
  4. Eh har veylay paRhdaa pyaa hondaa ee.
8) Spamming "V" everywhere:
  1. RovNaa, KhlovNaa, HovNaa, SauvNaa, KhohvNaa (RoNaa, KhaloNaa, HoNaa, Sau'Naa, etc)
  2. PaavNaa, LyaavNaa, PyaavNaa, etc.
  3. Samjhaaveendaa, Lyaaveendaa, KaDHaaveendaa
  4. Lyaaveeyey, Bavheeye, Laveeyey (Bring, Sit, Take)
  5. BavhaN, Bavho, Ravho, Ravhay, RavhaN, Ravhaa'n, Ravhei'n, Bahveee'n, Ravhee'n
  6. AavaN, Aavndaa, Jaavay, Aavay, Khlovay, Deyvaa'n, DeyvaN, Deyvo, Aavo, Jaavo
  7. PeevNaa, DeyvNaa (dinking, giving)
9) Using "Jai'n/Kai'n" instead of Jis/Kis:
"Jai'n Jai'n eh kamm keetaayii, oh aggaa'nh aggaa'nh aa jaavay"
"Jai'n dey'nhh diiyaa'n tuu eh chaalakiiyaa'n sikkhiiyaa'n ney, jeevNaa bahoo'n aukhaa hoii gyaa ae"
"Kai'n/Kainday naal laR paye vay?"
10) Fun vocabulary:
Bahoo'n = Bohtaa (Bahoo'n DaahDii garmii, Bahoo'n GhaNaa) GhaNaa = Zyaadaa Tholaa = ThoRaa AlaavNaa = BolNaa (Ethaa'n Punjabi alaaeendii aa) Vat/Val/MuR = Phir (Vat kii hoyaa? Val vii samjh ko na lagii. Eh vat karan aalay kamm ney haalee'n inhaa'n nu ko nii na karnaa, samjhyaa kar) KaTThyaa'n = TogetheEik saath (KaTTHyaa'n khaadhaa kar!) Kallyaa'n = Alone/Individually (Kallyaa'n na khaadhaa kar!) Kallaa = Only (Kalliiyaa'n gallaa'n ee karniiyaa'n aavndiiyaa'n hin ehnu) Ukkaa/Aslo'n = Bilkul (Ukkaa ee bhull pyaa/Aslo'n na julsaa'n mein etho'n!) Saahvei'n = Equal (Saahvaa'n qanoon hovNaa chaaiidaa vay/Baalaa'n nu maapyaa'n dey sauhei'n nii hovNaa chaaeedaa) Dey'nhh = Din (ਦੇਂਹ) Haa'nhh = Dil/Heart Vall = Tareeqa BheyN = Sister Bhiraa/Veer = Brother GaalNaa = Zaayaa karnaa VanjaavNaa = Gvaa denaa Khalaa = KhaRaa (standing), "KhallNaa" = stopping GhukaavNaa = Rotate LaahvNaa, LahvaavNaa, LehNaa, Latthaa = Utaarnaa, Utarvaanaa, Utrnaa, Utraa SyaaNnaa = To Identify (PachhaaNnaa) SunjaapNaa = To be identified (PachhaaNyaa jaaNaa, jivein "Lokii shaqlo'n sunjaapdin") KunjjNaa = SameyTNaa KajjNaa = To cover Visaah = Trust
etc ! :)
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2023.05.18 04:48 Mannylorian1 Email blast from HGEA. Worth reposting here to amplify.

📷We should know where our council member stand on this large pay increase for themselves.
The Honolulu Salary Commission's proposed pay increases for city council members and administration leaders are set to go into effect automatically on July 1 unless the city council brings it up for a vote and seven out of nine council members vote it down. Already Council Members Augie Tulba and and Andria Tupola have signaled their opposition to the proposal.
Council members are currently banking nearly $70,000 a year for a part-time job. The proposed increase would skyrocket their salaries to $114,000, a 64% pay bump.
Let's make our voices heard. Call your council member and tell them to bring the salary increases up for a vote.

Council Member Contact Info

District 1 – Andria Tupola
Area: Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Ho‘opili, Makakilo, Kalaeloa, Honokai Hale, Ko ‘Olina, Nānākuli, Mā‘ili, Wai‘anae, Mākaha, Kea‘au, and Mākua
Contact Information: 808-768-5001 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 2 - Matt Weyer
Area: Waikele, Village Park, Royal Kunia, Wahiawā, Mokulē‘ia, Waialua, Hale‘iwa, Pūpūkea, Sunset Beach, Kahuku, Lā‘ie, Hau‘ula, Punalu‘u, Kahana, Ka‘a‘awa, Kualoa, Waiāhole, and Kahalu‘u
Contact Information: 808-768-5002 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 3 – Esther Kiaʻāina
Area: Āhuimanu, Heʻeia, Haʻikū, Kāneʻohe, Maunawili, Kailua, Olomana, Enchanted Lake and Waimānalo
Contact Information: 808-768-5003 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 4 – Tommy Waters
Area: Hawai‘i Kai, Kuli‘ou‘ou, Niu Valley, ‘Āina Haina, Wailupe, Wai‘alae Iki, Kalani Valley, Kāhala, Wilhemina Rise, Kaimukī, Kapahulu, Diamond Head, and Waikīkī.
Contact Information: 808-768-5004 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 5 – Calvin Say
Area: Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Mānoa, Mōʻiliʻili, McCully, Ala Moana, Makiki, and portions of Kakaʻako.
Contact Information: 808-768-5005 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 6 – Tyler Dos Santos-Tam
Area: Portions of Kakaʻako, Downtown Honolulu, Punchbowl, Papakolea, Pauoa Valley, Nu‘uanu, Iwilei, Liliha, ‘Ālewa Heights, Kalihi and Kalihi Valley.
Contact Information: 808-768-5006 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 7 – Radiant Cordero
Area: Kapālama Kai, Kalihi Kai, Kahauiki, Mauliola (Sand Island), Moku Mokauea, Moanalua, Āliapa'akai (Salt Lake), Māpunapuna, Ahua (Airport), Āliamanu, Kapūkakī (Red Hill), Kapuaikaula (Hickam), Moku'ume'ume (Ford Island), Hālawa, 'Aiea, Kalauao, and Waimalu Kai.
Contact Information: 808-768-5007 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 8 – Val Okimoto
Area: Portions of ‘Aiea, Waimalu, Newtown, Pearl City, Seaview, Crestview, Waipi‘o Gentry, Koa Ridge, Mililani Town, and Mililani Mauka.
Contact Information: 808-768-5008 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
District 9 – Augie Tulba
Area: Waipahū, Iroquois Point, West Loch, ʻEwa Villages and portions of ʻEwa Beach.
Contact Information: 808-768-5009 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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2023.05.17 21:46 karpproshops Splitting 10 days between Kauai and Maui?

I will be in Hawaii for 10 days this July with my girlfriend and planning to spend 5 days in Kauai and 5 days in Maui. This is for an egagement proposal trip so good balance between relaxation and fun is a must!
Do you all think this itinerary is too crammed or will have us in a hurry as opposed to relaxing? (Ps we are intentionally leaving out road to Hana in lieu of Kauai)
Day 1 - Arrive to Kauai at 3pm. Get car rental and check in airbnb at Princeville. Drive to hanelai town for a stroll, dinner and stock up fridge
Day 2 - Morning boat tour to Napili Coast / Go to Hanelei Bay Beach / Dinner somewhere in north shore
Day 3 - Haena State Park / Hike first 2 miles of Kalalua Trail / Ke’e Beach
Day 4 - Drive to Waimea Canyon / Lunch at Poi’pu beach / return to princeville
Day 5 - Catch 12pm flight to Maui / get car rental / check in at Westin Kaanapali / relax in Kaanapali
Day 6 - Molokini Crater snorkel in the morning / Lahaina / Haleakala Volcano for sunset
Day 7 - Beach day in either Kihei / Wailea / Makena
Day 8 - Free day
Day 9 - Departure at 10 pm
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2023.05.17 21:21 Academic-Ad4648 Kihei Vs Kahana area

We are planning a trip for the end of summer. We went last year and stayed at Royal Kahana, and absolutely loved it. Looking at condos, tho, I’ve noticed they are a bit cheaper in the Kihei area. We never been to Kihei, so I thought it was be nice to have a different experience but I also really loved west Maui and Lahaina. I can not for the life of me, make up my mind, but I really need to! The condo unit I was looking at in Kihei is the Maui sunset
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2023.05.16 20:55 redduser597 Weather this week (Kihei and Wailea)

Hi everyone! I’m visiting Maui for the first time starting tomorrow through Sunday, staying in Kihei. I was initially super bummed to see rain in the forecast because I’d love some sunny beach days.
Any insight or tips on what to expect with this kind of weather forecast?
Thank you!
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2023.05.15 21:10 StormedFuture Kihei sunset colors; Maui, Hawaii 🤩

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2023.05.15 21:10 StormedFuture Kihei sunset colors; Maui, Hawaii 🤩

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