I love sending local Maui greeting cards to friends and family. Here are some of my favorite artists and where to buy their cards.
How about cycling on Maui? Here are a few tips and photos from our cycling enthusiast cousin. What a way to explore Maui!
Here is a list of Maui’s current (April 2022) farmer’s markets and farm stands. Note locations, dates and times are subject to change.
The annual Maui Open Studios event is back starting this weekend. Visit Maui artists in their studios, talk story, buy treasures.
Where on Maui is coffee grown? Can you go on a coffee farm tour? I have more answers re locally grown Maui coffee.
I love drinking local coffee when traveling. Here are my recommendations for locally grown and roasted coffee on Maui.
Kula Botanical Gardens sells locally grown fresh Christmas trees. This is such an improvement from the shipped in box store trees.
Do you plan for vacation rental check-out day? Do consider logistics if you have a late-night flight, so you end your vacation happy!
Last night we checked out Maui’s new brewery Mahalo Aleworks. Fun and a little different, great beer and food!
Have you ever carved a pineapple jack-o’lantern? They are cute, smell sweet and way easier to carve than a pumpkin!
Sig and I love taking a Maui-style roadtrip to Ulupalakua Ranch. The views, the burgers and then dessert are worth the drive.
My upcountry walk netted me strawberries and lilikoi tarts. Between the cool walk and sweet treats, it was the perfect morning!
We drove up Maui’s Haleakala volcano to 10,023 ft to enjoy a post New Years sunset. What to expect and how to plan for your experience.
Last weekend my neighbor and I headed upcountry to a pop-up Christmas market at Kula Farms. In days of Covid we weren’t sure what to expect, but we both had some shopping to do, wanted to support local and needed some girl-time. We had a great day! Kula Country Farms[…]
My favorite easy upcountry walk has got to be Thompson Road in Kula. I love the plants, horses, bi-coastal views and cooler temperatures.
Our family has lived on Maui for ten years now, and believe it or not, I had never been to see sunrise on Haleakala. There have been a few reasons – but mainly having young children and my general dislike of crowds. Those two blocks are no longer a factor[…]
Today we explored a portion of the Waiakoa Loop Trail. After our driving adventure, it was a beautiful walk in the forest listening to birds.
It’s been oddly stormy weather here over Christmas, with Kihei even getting rain showers. So we yesterda opted to go for an upcountry drive. Here are a few pictures for your enjoyment. Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park This is a small upcountry memorial park dedicated to a Maui resident who[…]
I love watching sunset, watching the colors change. But there’s nothing quite like watching it at the beach. Except perhaps from atop the highest mountain. Yesterday we dropped our turkeys off at an upcountry imu (here’s a link to last year’s imu roast for lots more info!) and then continued[…]
I had an errand to run today near Kula Lodge. Kula Lodge is at the 3200 ft elevation. As you drive up our volcano (Haleakala), you will find that the roads get narrower, the speed limits drop and the views become increasingly spectacular. The Kula Lodge is the highest sit-down[…]