A Maui egret makes a rare visit and provides a rare photo on the Kaanapali beach path to surprise visitors.. The elegant birds frequently glide above Kaanapali but rarely this close ti the ocean. Egrets frequent beach areas around the globe.
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Lahaina–We celebrate Halloween on Front Street on Maui.
Mahalo to Jim Kingwell of Island Art for allowing me to use his painting of Kaanapali on the cover of my new book, Voices of Aloha on Magical Maui. You can pick up a copy at his gallery off Front St. or order on line at amazon.com
New Years Eve Highlights. Towels for the rain at Marriott, cooking 900 meals at Hula grill, dancing at Kaanapali Beach Hotel, great band at Hyatt, fabulous Hapa bank at Hula grill. SCROLL DOWN FOR SLIDE SHOW Joys of Kaanapali posts are automatically posted for my 1700 twitter followers and Facebook fans
KA’ANAPALI–A day after Christmas, golfers and residents paraded their carts all decked out for Christmas in a sojourn around Kaanapali, visiting each resort.
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Santa gets ready for last voyage at Canoe Beach Christmas morning.(above,below)
Shave Ice ordering along beach path on Christmas afternoon. (BELOW)
The thirsty blogger in his gift T shirt with pineapple/banana/coconut shave ice.
Sara sampling my sharing shave ice. 9Below).
Visitors galore along beach path.(below)
More visitors help our economy hum
Kaanapali Parkway Christmas Eve (above)
Holy Innocents Church Christmas Eve (below).
Reading in soft chair at the Westin in front of flamingos. (below)
Santa the ladies man at start of day.(below).
Not shown Longi’s for Christmas Eve dinner, Dukes for Christmas Day Breakfast, reading at the pool, Small Christmas dinner at Sangria, watching Saturday Night Live Christmas show on tape, preparing this 9 pm. blog post
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Canoe Beach, Kaanapali Maui: Santa canoes to the Westin on Christmas morning for last distribution of gifts. No chimney. But he is exhausted, reportedly.
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