Maui, Molokai and Lanai Video Postcard

Maui, Molokai and Lanai Video Postcard

The Video DVD of Maui/Lanai/Molokai takes the viewer on a 45-minute journey throughout Maui, Lanai and Molokai. The viewer will be immersed in the production featuring some of the most breathtaking and exciting footage ever shot on these islands and in dynamic Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. The history of Hawaii is full of epic voyages of discovery and idyllic isolation, kings and queens, heroes and villains, the rise and fall of kingdoms, treachery, greed, revolutions and even war. From spectacular aerials to POV visuals and narrative comments from our featured experts. They take us from the major tourist attractions to the hidden parts of Maui, Lanai and Molokai, rarely seen. It is a combination of what you might see on the Travel Channel, the History Channel and an IMAX movie all in one. We witness a glorious sunrise high above on top of the world's largest dormant volcano, Haleakala. We find getting back down is much more fun with Haleakala Bike Company. We take a drive on th
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Travel With Kids Hawaii The Islands of Maui & Molokai

Travel With Kids  Hawaii The Islands of Maui & Molokai

Join the Roberts family as they explore the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Molokai in the award-winning Travel With Kids series. Learn about ancient Polynesia and the formation of the islands, discover Maui's whaling past in Lahaina, explore the dramatic natural surrounds on the Road to Hana and on Ka'anapali Beach. Taste Hawaiian food at a sunset luau, take a train ride through Maui's sugar cane past, check out the undersea life at Maui Ocean Center and on a snorkel tour to Lanai, relax on a sunset cruise and take a ferry to the less traveled island of Molokai where the Roberts family hikes Halawa Valley, tours a macadamia farm and much more. The Roberts family also shares tips on traveling with children, from what to pack to pre-trip activities to delight all ages. Explore, relax, enjoy. Destination...Maui &Molokai.DVD Features:Expanded videos of family-friendly accommodation and transportation Tips and Resources for travel with kids Trip Planner with itineraries Language, Crafts and R
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Travel With Kids – Hawaii: Maui & Molokai

Travel With Kids - Hawaii: Maui & Molokai

Maui Hawaii With Kids! Travel to Maui and the less visited Molokai in the award winning Travel With Kids Hawaii Series. In this episode, learn about the history and culture of the Polynesian peoples while gaining practical travel advice and insight into what its like to travel to the Hawaiian Islands with kids. Visit the excellent Maui Ocean Center where the kids have close encounters will all sorts of sea creatures. Head out on a whale watching, dolphin spotting snorkel adventure off the coast of Lanai. Explore the fabled Lahaina village and learn about it's whaling past. Drive the lush road to Hana and stop to explore the rugged volcanic coast and scenic waterfall spots. Travel With Kids Maui shows travelers, tourists and families where to stay, eat and have fun with the kids, while learning about the island. We'll show you how to take a ferry across the channel to explore the least visited island, Molokai and hang out in a town with only one stoplight. Travel With Kids is an educat
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Hidden Hawaii: Including Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai, and the Big Island (Hidden Travel)

Hidden Hawaii: Including Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai, and the Big Island (Hidden Travel)


Combining unique travel choices, outdoor adventures, and little-known locales into guides where vacations meet adventures, each title in the Hidden series also offers readers the comfort of detailed maps, internet information for each listing, author picks, suggested itineraries, and walking and driving tours. From ancient petroglyphs and 100-foot-high sand dunes to the Garden of the Gods’ mysterious multicolor boulders that dramatically change color at dawn and dusk, Hidden Hawaii reveals the islands in unique and unparalleled fashion. The outdoor recreation boom has transformed Hawaii into an adventurer’s dream and Hidden Hawaii has all the details, including extensive information on adventure outfitters, surf shops, and dive operators. The guide also covers more than 150 beaches, including 139 with swimming, 100 with snorkeling, 84 with surfing, 68 with hiking, and 54 that offer beach camping. Hidden Hawaii recommends an incredibly wide range of lodging choices as well, including 24 large resorts, 60 full-service hotels, 36 bargain hotels, 56 self-catering condos, 19 bed-and-breakfasts, and even 16 surfer shacks. This edition features 47 maps.

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Maui, Molokai, Lanai traveler’s guide

Webster’s bibliographic and event-based timelines are comprehensive in scope, covering virtually all topics, geographic locations and people. They do so from a linguistic point of view, and in the case of this book, the focus is on “Maui,” including when used in literature (e.g. all authors that might have Maui in their name). As such, this book represents the largest compilation of timeline events associated with Maui when it is used in proper noun form. Webster’s timelines cover bibliographic citations, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities in usage. These furthermore cover all parts of speech (possessive, institutional usage, geographic usage) and contexts, including pop culture, the arts, social sciences (linguistics, history, geography, economics, sociology, political science), business, computer science, literature, law, medicine, psychology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology and other physical sciences. This “data dump” results in a comprehensive set of entries for a bibliographic and/or event-based timeline on the proper name Maui, since editorial decisions to include or exclude events is purely a linguistic process. The resulting entries are used under license or with permission, used under “fair use” conditions, used in agreement with the original authors, or are in the public domain.

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Maui Restaurant Guide 2005 With Lanai and Molokai

Maui Restaurant Guide 2005 With Lanai and MolokaiMaui Restaurant Guide 2005 is one of the newest editions in a series covering Hawaii’s special dining spots. Inside readers will find full page reviews on over 150 top picks located across Maui, Lanai, and Molokai. This is an A-List of refined dining, casual restaurants, and mom & pops that crosses all tastes, styles, and budgets. Discussions of the unique island cuisines and extensive glossaries further enhance the travel adventurer’s experience.

The authors write from a food enthusiast’s viewpoint and add a travelogue spin to both entertain and inform. Readers can expect to develop a feel for a place long before they drive up to the door. Local and author’s favorites are identified along with family friendly venues to help sort through the choices. Finally, actual menu items and prices are listed. What may appeal and be affordable to one person might be an entirely different story to another.

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Chinese Pioneer Families of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai (Chinese Historic Sites and Pioneer Families Series)


Combining unique travel choices, outdoor adventures, and little-known locales into guides where vacations meet adventures, each title in the Hidden series also offers readers the comfort of detailed maps, internet information for each listing, author picks, suggested itineraries, and walking and driving tours. From ancient petroglyphs and 100-foot-high sand dunes to the Garden of the Gods’ mysterious multicolor boulders that dramatically change color at dawn and dusk, Hidden Hawaii reveals the islands in unique and unparalleled fashion. The outdoor recreation boom has transformed Hawaii into an adventurer’s dream and Hidden Hawaii has all the details, including extensive information on adventure outfitters, surf shops, and dive operators. The guide also covers more than 150 beaches, including 139 with swimming, 100 with snorkeling, 84 with surfing, 68 with hiking, and 54 that offer beach camping. Hidden Hawaii recommends an incredibly wide range of lodging choices as well, including 24 large resorts, 60 full-service hotels, 36 bargain hotels, 56 self-catering condos, 19 bed-and-breakfasts, and even 16 surfer shacks. This edition features 47 maps.

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Hawaii: Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Hawaii, Lanai

Die Mythen des alten Hawaii stehen den klassischen griechischen oder nordischen Sagen in nichts nach. Auch sie sind Geschichten, die von Liebe, Leidenschaft, Kriegen, Intrigen, Machtspielen, Vatermord, verstoßenen Söhnen, untreuen Frauen, wilden Kriegerinnen, Zauberern und Gestaltwandlern berichten.

In diesem Buch sind drei Geschichten über den pazifischen Volkshelden Maui sowie acht Geschichten über Pele, die Vulkangöttin enthalten.

Maui der Starke errichtet das Himmelsgewölbe

In dieser ersten Geschichte aus grauer Vorzeit wird berichtet, dass sich die Menschen damals nur kriechend fortbewegen konnten, da der Himmel so niedrig war. Ferner wird erzählt, wie Maui der Halbgott aus der magischen Kalebasse trank, den Himmel hochstemmte und ihn für alle Zeiten an seinem Platz verankerte, damit die Menschen aufrecht gehen können, wie es ihre Bestimmung ist.

Maui der Geschickte fängt die 16 Beine der Sonne

Diese zweite Legende erzählt, wie Maui auf Drängen seiner Mutter erst seiner Großmutter Bananen stahl, dann die 16 Beine der Sonne mit seinen Schlingen fing und so lange mit seiner magischen Axt auf die Sonne einschlug, bis sie ihm versprach, ihre Bahn langsamer über den Himmel zu ziehen.

Maui der Listenreiche stiehlt den Alae das Feuer

Diese Geschichte erzählt von Mauis plötzlicher Abneigung gegen rohen Fisch und weiter davon, wie er seine Brüder beim Fischen hintergeht. Ferner wird berichtet, wie Maui sich auf die Suche nach dem Feuer macht und wie er dabei einem Vogel so lange den Hals umdreht, bis dieser ihm das Geheimnis des Feuermachens verrät.

Die Rache des geopferten Sohnes

Diese Legende erzählt, wie die schöne Kamaunui aus Kahiki nach Maui kam und wie sie Hina gebar, wie diese Olopana heiratete und wie dieser seinen Sohn Kamapuaa nach der Geburt den Schweinen zum Fraß vorwarf, wie er später von seinem Sohn terrorisiert wurde, woraufhin Olopana ihn den Göttern opfern lassen wollte, aber von dem wiederauferstandenen „Toten“ erschlagen wurde.

Die Vulkangöttin verschmäht den Schweinemann

Diese Geschichte berichtet, wie Pele und ihre Geschwister nach Hawaii kamen, wo Kamapuaa der Schweinemann sich unsterblich in sie verliebte und um sie warb. Ferner wird erzählt, wie Pele ihn verschmähte, von ihm mit unbändigem Zorn verfolgt wurde, wie sie starb und zur Göttin der Vulkane wurde.

Der ewige Kampf zwischen Feuer und Wasser

In dieser Legende wird erzählt, wie die Vulkangöttin Pele mit dem Mann ihrer Schwester schlief, wie sie daraufhin von der eifersüchtigen Namakaokahai über das Meer hinweg verfolgt wurde und wie sie schließlich nach vielen Mühen auf der großen Insel Hawaii im Krater des Kilauea eine neue Heimat für sich und ihre Familie fand.

Und weitere Geschichten…

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