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Just Saw This and My Eyes Filled With Tears – COVID-19

From Rome Italy…. Just saw this and my eyes filled with tears. It is so refreshing and unexpected to be woken up with good news, in a world where most of what you read are bad. A #ChinaEasternAirline Airbus A350 arriving from #Shanghai landed in #Rome this morning carrying a team of 9 doctors experts in #Covid19 and much needed supplies including: 1000 #ventilators100000 #masks20000 #protectivegear50000 #testkits These wonderful people who survived and fended the horrible #epidemic in their country, flew thousands of miles to jump straight into another storm. Thank you Doctors & Medical Staff of China. Read more
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RIP Heart Rock – My Heart is Broken

There are many rumors that the heart Rock is no more. We just want to confirm that sadly, it’s true. It has been reported that a giant wave, after years of erosion, caused this loss. RIP Heart Rock Located just to the right of the Nakalele blowhole was Maui’s heart. Many interesting structures had formed in this area due to erosion on the volcanic rock shelf over the years. It’s almost hard to believe that the heart rock is gone. The heart itself was about a foot or so wide, situated about three feet from the sloping ground. It was Read more
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Maui – More Than Just an Idealic Fantasy Island Come to Life

If you love all things pristine blue waters and sun-kissed, sandy shorelines, Maui should be right up there on your bucket list. The second-largest island in Hawaii, Maui is perhaps best known for its beaches often referred to as some of the best in America. Maui’s beaches have something to offer for anyone no matter what you’re looking for. Makena Beach State Park for instance, one of the more prized beaches amongst tourists, offers a range of water activities such as snorkelling, fishing, and swimming. Kaanapali Beach meanwhile is an exceptional resort property once frequented by Maui’s royalty featuring two Read more