Download Adventure Guide: Maui (Hunter Travel Guides) by Sharon Hamblin PDF

Download Adventure Guide: Maui (Hunter Travel Guides) by Sharon Hamblin PDF

By Sharon Hamblin

This is often the main designated consultant on hand to Maui, the second-most visited Hawaiian island, with 2? million viewers every year. There are never-ending interesting activities the following. Watch remarkable sunsets from mile-long shorelines, stopover at historical temples or know about Maui?s whaling background within the nostalgic city of Lahaina. Frolic less than waterfalls, hike via bamboo forests or discover Haleakala nationwide Park with its 10,000- foot volcano summit. hundreds of thousands of outlets, inns, eating places, paintings galleries, spas, actions, fairs and historic points of interest are defined. colour images.

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Smart or clever ali`i (AH-LEE-EE). . . . . . a chief or member of nobility aloha (AH-LO-HA) . . . . . . . . . hello, goodbye, love auwe (OW-WAY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oh! or Ouch! `awa (AH-VAH) . . . . Kava root, chewed in a social ritual ea (EH-AH) . . . . . . . . . sovereignty, rule, life force halau (HA-LAOW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . hula school hale (HAH-LEY) . . . . . . . . . . . . house or home hana (HAH-NA) .

Hole, door or entryway pupu (POO-POO) . . . . . . . appetizer or hors d’oeuvres wahine (WA-HEE-NAY). . . . . . . . . . . . woman wai wai (WHY-WHY) . . . . . . . . . property or assets wikiwiki (WEE-KEE-WEE-KEE). . . . . . . . . hurry 10 n Culture howzit? ” mo bettah – More better. This is a popular catchphrase on Moloka`i where you’ll see the “Moloka`i mo bettah” slogan all over the place. okole – Butt, bottom. ” pakalolo – Marijuana. pau – Finished, done.

27 inches The Hawaiian Language n 7 n Culture The Hawaiian Language Did You Know? In the Hawaiian language they use an okina “`” or glottal stop. It indicates a break in the breath when pronouncing Hawaiian words. I have indicated these in the text except for cases where a company or business doesn’t use it. “Hawaii” without the accent means the state of Hawaii; with an okina, it means the Big Island of Hawai`i. The Hawaiian alphabet contains only 12 letters – the five vowels (a, e, i, o, u) and seven consonants (h, k, l, m, n, p and w).

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