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Life of a dog on Maui

What is a doggy life like on Maui. This tongue and cheek essay is one of 60 stories on what is life or has been on Maui. See an excerpt in the adjoining column>

Voices of Aloha on Magical Maui released by Aviva Publishing , New York ,is the perfect or visitors, newcomers to the island and even locals who want to quickly learn to appreciate Maui’s remarkable people and Maui’s fascinating history in short stories and through some 60 tales about people you can meet:  Hawaiians, the best musicians you can hear, artists and their life stories, 

The book is divided into five  sections that portray monarchs, missionaries, musicians and artists, colorful characters, makers of modern Maui and those who shape the visitor experience. 

It is also a chance to  read little-known stories of the  popular Old Lahaina Luau, Trilogy Excursions,  Lahaina Galleries,all Maui icons. This is the only book on the contemporary people of Maui and what today’s Hawaiians think about the loss of their  kingdom .It offers their opinions on what has happened to them over the last 50 years

Your best introduction to Maui

Magical Maui. Ocean..Beaches. Azure Sky. Sunsets. Activities. Yet Maui is more. My book which you can purchase here, Voices of Aloha on Magical Maui from an award-winning writer Norm Bezane  tells the life stories of remarkable people of aloha past and present. Here you will read of the passion, the true meaning of aloha and the lives of some 60 truly fascinating people from the best of 200 of my columns in Lahaina News.

How do these dancers learn the intricacies of hula. A short essay in Voices of Aloha on Magical Maui tells the story.

Read about Humble Blackie in my new book

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Your best book on Maui visitor experience

Tired of mysteries? Tired of fiction? If you love Maui, an entertaining alternative for the plane or beach before you come is Voices of Aloha on Magical Maui available for purchase here.

Short fascinating stories showcase musicians and artists, hula dancers and how they learn intricate hula.  How have Hawaiians struggled to keep their identity?

How did  Polynesians, missionaries and sugar barons shape Maui? How has the visitor experience evolved decade after decade?  What do Hawaiians think about the loss of their kingdom and the more recent Hawaiian renaissance? Who are the colorful characters and so many others who have wonderful stories to tell?  How do these remarkable people shape the visitor experience? SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE.

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