|A hui hou kakou Until we meet again |
Aloha kakahiaka Good morning
Aloha `auinala Good afternooon
Aloha ahiahi Good evening
Aloha `oe Farewell to you
A`ole pilikia No problem
Hana Hou! One more time!
Kipa hou mai Come visit again
|Mahalo Thank you |
Mahalo nui loa Thank you very much
Malu No Reserved For (This is ideal for place card settings)
Me ka `oia`i`o With sincerity
Mau Loa Forever
Nau wale no Just for you
`O wai kou inoa? What is your name?
Pomaika`i Good Luck
Sunday, October 30, 2011
A local tradition the Sunday Champagne Brunch at Kaanapali Beach Hotel is a favorite of Mauians and visitors alike. Voted best brunch on Maui by the Maui News. Settle in for some serious grazing among a wide selection of traditional brunch items and Hawaiian specialties. Enjoy the free-flowing champagne and Hawaiian entertainment - and remember to save room for dessert. Click below for reservations or call (808) 667-0124. Brunch is served from 9:00am to 1:00pm.
|Thanksgiving Dinner - November 24, 2011|
A sumptuous all-you-can-eat buffet of traditional favorites combine with Chef Muromoto’s unique island-influenced cuisine is a dining delight. The feast lasts all day!
|Ka'anapali Beach Hotel Sunday Brunch|
Sunday, October 9, 2011
This year my hometown of Portland, Oregon hosted the National Association of Counties (NACO) Conference. Portland is a leader in recycling, sustainability, public transit and bicycling.To find our what our officials learned about and hope to apply here on Maui see: Lahaina News article
|The view from beautiful Washington Park down to the City of Portland all the way out to Mt Hood.|
Mick Fleetwood, founder of Fleetwood Mac plans to open a restaurant on Maui early next year. He has chosen Lahaina's historic Front Street. Fleetwood plans to showcase local musicians and artists. I heard he will call the new eatery Fleetwoods.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
The Lahaina Restoration Foundation sponsors this event on the Pioneer Mill site near the smokestack on Lahainaluna Rd. As a visitor to Maui who wants to get a feel of the legacy of Lahaina this is the event for you.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
|Maui Grocery Service Shopping Funds|
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kamaʻāina (pronounced ka-ma-EYE-na) is the Hawaiian language word for a long-term resident of the Hawaiian Islands. Literally "child of the land," it derives from the words "kama", meaning "child", and "ʻāina", meaning 'land'. The word "kama'aina" describes Hawai'i residents regardless of their racial background, as opposed to "kanaka" which means a person of native Hawai'an ancestry.
A kama'aina may be considered to be someone who currently lives in Hawai'i, or someone who once lived there but has moved away. The State of Hawai'i sponsors an official "Kama'aina Come Home" event each year, intended to increase the state’s labor pool by inducing Hawaii college students and former residents who are now living in the continental United States to return to Hawaii. The program has been successful in bringing qualified kama‘ainas back to the Islands and in doing so, reuniting families.
A common usage in Hawai'i is the "Kama'aina discount", an often sizable discount given to local residents. The usual requirement to obtain the discount is to show a Hawai'i driver's license, local military ID, or other local identification. The discounts are widespread throughout the islands, particularly at restaurants, hotels, and tourist attractions.
Some friends recently visited, this being their first time to Maui. Shopping was high on their list, just one down from snorkeling. Therefore they had much more to take home than they came with. Easy to solve that problem with a visit to Ross for a new, but well priced suitcase or even better Savers for a gently used, cheap suitcase. Another idea would be to use the kind of suitcases that stack into one another, bringing them over as one and returning with two.
|This VS That|
Monday, September 19, 2011
Saturday, August 27, 2011
|Loyalty Program https://www.mauigroceryservice.com/LoyaltyProgram.aspx|
|At Maui Grocery Service we value our loyal customers. To show our appreciation we give free Account Funds to customers that place repeat orders. For every 5 orders under $100, you will receive $5 dollars in free Account Funds. For every 5 orders over $100, we will add $10 dollars into your Account.|
If you have not tried these made on Maui sun products you are missing out on getting a great tan.You can find all of Maui Babe sun products in just about every store here on Maui. You will smell fantastic and your skin with thank you. Visit their website to see all of their products and find out how they work!