Best of Maui Luaus


Grand Luau at Honolua
Maui's Best Authentic West Side LuauHonua'ula takes us back to a time when the mighty seafaring Polynesians discovered this land of Hawaii, thereafter calling themselves Hawaiian. It touches upon the documented voyages of La'amaikahiki and Moikeha who first came to this sacred island we call Maui, specifically this area named Honua'ula. It speaks of gods and goddesses that watched over these courageous people and how they were able to co-exist and live in harmony. Pele, the goddess of fire is described as one who came prior to the settlers, paving the way with her lava so there would be land sufficient for the Hawaiian people to live. Lilinoe, the goddess of the mist was said to linger above sending cool rains to nourish the lands. The mermaid of Maui, Kananaka, swooned near the surfers and tried to capture them for fun. The love story legend of Naulu, the goddess of the clouds could only visit her lover Kanaloa in upon the clouds. These stories combined create an exciting evening of traditional chant and hula bringing the history of our island home Maui, to life. Hele Mai, come and enjoy the magical enchantment of Honua'ula.


Old Lahaina Luau
The best in its classBEST LUAU Perennial winner Maui News Best Of Maui Reader Survey "Its authenticity, intimacy, hospitality, cultural integrity and sheer romantic beauty have made this Maui's top luau." Frommer's Maui


Royal Lahaina Resort
Set in the heart of Kaanapali ResortFixed on 27 acres of beautiful land set along the famed Kaanapali Beach, the 3.5-star Royal Lahaina Resort comes with upscale amenities. Guests catch some rays on the beach and cool down in one of the 2 oceanfront swimming pools. Rooms are splashed with island-style décor and offer state-of-the-art comforts.


Feast At Lele
Maui's Best and Oldest Hawaiian LuauBrought to you by the creators of Old Lahaina Luau & PacificʻO Restaurant. Executive Chef Adrian Aina presents a celebration of Polynesian cuisine. Share the aloha in a journey through Polynesia. Featuring a sit-down dinner of five epicurean courses from the Pacific island nations of Aotearoa, Tahiti, Samoa, and Hawaiʻi. The Feast at Lele is a royal tour of the cuisine of Polynesia, sharing the spotlight with music and dance from four exotic Pacific islands. Rekindle romance in a spectacular setting where every table is intimate and offers a panoramic view of West Maui sunsets. Lele is the ancient name for Lahaina, and this is the beach where the royal family of Maui would feast and entertain. Summon your spirit of adventure, and let us arouse your senses…



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July 2019

WE'RE ALL KNOW IT ALLS
by Jeff Stark


we're all know it alls One of the most interesting characteristics of the climate change phenomenon is the fact that we're all know it alls. We have known how to solve this global threat for a long time. We've had windmills since the pioneer days when the prairies were dotted with primitive machines which pumped water to farmers, ranchers and growing towns. Solar panels made their debut in the public psyche when they supplied electricity to the first spaceships and orbital habitats. There was something magical about photovoltaics, and adherents tended to be off-the-grid, and sometimes off-the-wall. They even, occasionally, acted like know it alls. This undoubtedly accounts for some of the reasons that solar power had a difficult time breaking through as a mainstream product.

Even though the current versions of these technologies have evolved considerably the basics are relatively unchanged. Both wind and solar devices are more efficient, and less costly, than in the past. They still operate as harvesting technologies for energy from the sun. Most experts believe that solar photovoltaics, both residential and industrial, have the capability to provide over 40% of US energy. Some locales, for example the island of Maui, are already approaching that figure. Today's sunshine harvesters are exponentially more efficient ... More







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