Last week I flew over to Maui for the weekend and immediately fell in love all over (which seems to happen every time I visit.)  I think Mark Twain said it best, “I went to Maui to stay a week and remained five. I never spent so pleasant a month before, or bade any place goodbye so regretfully. I have not once thought of business, or care or human toil or trouble or sorrow or weariness, and the memory of it will remain with me always.”

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This trip wasn’t the usual trip to Maui to visit friends or check out music. This trip was much more important.  My boyfriend and I were on the island to find a permanent residence.  We have decided to give up the “city” life of Oahu and begin a new adventure.

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We found a beautiful property located on 5 acres full organic fruit trees and blossoming orchards. We are beyond excited for this new adventure however, we keep getting asked why we are moving?   So here are few….

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  1. Rainbows- Rainbow Country
  2. Sea Turtles
  3. Tranquility- The Pools of Oheo ( sacred pools)
  4. Mountains-Haleakala National Park
  5. Huge Waves-Peahi aka Jaws
  6. Farm Country- Many of organic fruit and vegetable farms
  7. Clouds-Haleakala National Park, you are literally above the clouds
  8. Coral-Honolua Bay, coral of every color of the rainbows
  9. Humpback whales- Which grace the pacific ocean from December through the end of February
  10. Waterfalls- Alelele and Twin Falls
  11. Sunsets
  12. Sunrise’s
  13. Lavender Fields- in kula
  14. Haleakala National Park
  15. Bamboo Forest- The Oheo Gulch

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