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Moving to Maui? Go West!

I received a note from a woman that has a pretty good idea what her and her husband want when they move to the island of Maui. Her note is below, and my response is below that. * * * Hi Vern! Thanks for the great info you post on moving to HI. My husband […]

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Maui Hawaii Org – Jon Blum’s Maui Newsletter

If you are considering a move to Maui, then you should definitely sign up with Jon Blum’s Maui Newsletter. Jon is a Maui resident that has heaps of information (hundreds of pages) about Maui that will save you money and time. In order to sign up, just go to Jon’s HomePage – Maui Hawaii Org […]

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Moving to Maui with Kids with Asthma

I just got this email not long ago and wanted to respond because I also have had asthma in the past a bit, and they’re talking about moving to my favorite island – Maui. I’ll answer the questions after he asks… * * * Hello my wife & I (45 & 46 respectively) are considering […]

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Couple Thinking of Moving to Islands from Connecticut

Here is an email I got pretty recently about a husband and wife looking to move to one of the islands, but kind of going back and forth about choosing either Maui or Oahu. I think this is a common problem, and one I’ve also beat myself up over for a while too. There are […]

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Questions / Answers About Living in Hawaii

I’ll do a couple of posts over the next few days to answer questions that came through email about living in Hawaii. Sorry I cannot answer your email unless I post it here – that way the answers can be shared by everyone that reads the blog, not just the one person through email. This […]

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Is Living on Maui Today Anything Like This 1964 Video?

Teresa Nelle (@Travel_Gal) posted a Twitter link to this 1964 video (below) about visiting Ka’anapali, Maui. I found it fun to watch, what was really interesting was that the island has not changed all that much in nearly 50 years. Sure there are more developments, but it is remarkable that the entire island isn’t covered […]

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Ouch! Lahaina, Maui Shark Bite

A sixteen year old girl was bitten by a shark off the west coast of Maui in front of Hololani Resort and suffered a 5 inch gash on her calf. Beaches were closed for the day. This location is exactly where I used to do some spearfishing years ago. I have never seen a shark […]

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Guide to Maui – Free PDF

I’ve been writing back and forth with Jon Blum of MauiHawaii.org for the last couple of days. He built a 400+ page website full of tips for those living on, and visiting, the amazing island of Maui – my favorite, coincidentally. If you recently moved to Maui, or plan on visiting, you should have Jon’s […]

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For 55 Million Dollars you can live in Hana, Maui, Hawaii - and get 4500 acres. Sounds nice!

Living Large in Hawaii

There’s nothing like living large. Here (below) you can have a lovely 2 bedroom – 2 bath home that looks like it’s perched on a sea cliff – with 4500 acres of land – for just 55 Million USD. If you think about it – it sounds like the deal of the century – 4500 […]

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This is a black sand beach located close to Hana, Maui.

Black Sand Beach, Maui

This beach, is really beautiful. I cannot remember where exactly I was when we took this photo. It was the day we took the Road to Hana, but I think this was after Hana, and on the way back to civiliation – if you can call somewhere else in Maui “civilization”. The ride around East […]

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