An Unforgettable Experience

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All Rooms Will Be Ocean Front

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An amazing slideshow of some of the images taken from our last trip to Maui. We will be adding information on the instructors and schedule.


Hawaiian Language Quotes, Proverbs And Sayings.

Since there was no writing in ancient Hawaii the role that the spoken Hawaiian language played in the daily life of ancient Hawaiians was huge. All things in their life, from birth to death and beyond was explained and described. From tiny bits of bone and shell found outside an octopus burrow (‘ahilu) to a narrow channel running along a tide pool (‘amio) to the chill from being in a particular kind of wind (huehu) the Hawaiian language guided every facet and detail of their world. There chants and prayers were part of most every activity in the course of a day. From fishing to farming to eating to building and medicine, the language was used with much mana (spirit or power) to bring about wellbeing and balance.

They had many proverbs and one of the most well known and used is “i ka olele no ke ola, i ka olele no ka make. (in language there is life, in language there is death) This proverb has many meanings and points to the huge importance and respect Hawaiians have for their language. This is why it is important to learn some of the language and meanings if you’re visiting…it will go a long way in creating some Aloha with the locals you’ll meet.


Kulia i ka nu’u – (Strive to reach the highest.)

Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua – (Unfolded by the water are the faces of the flowers.)

Ua ola no i ka pane a ke aloha – (There is life in a kindly reply.)

`A`ohe lokomaika`i i nele i ke pâna`i – (No kind deed has ever lacked its reward.)

A’a i ka hula, waiho i ka maka’u i ka hale – (Dare to dance, leave shame at home.)

‘A’OHE PU’U KI’EKI’E KE HO’A’O ‘IA E PI’I – (No cliff is so tall it cannot be climbed.)

Ua Kuluma Ke Kanaka I Ke Aloha – (It Is Natural For People To Behave In a Loving Way.)

Ku’ia kahele aka na’au ha’aha’a –  (A Humble Person Walks Carefully So As Not To Hurt Others.)

E hele me ka pu’olo – (Always Take An Offering With You. Make Every Person Place or Condition Better Than You Left It Always. Wherever You Go, Always Take Something With You.) …This Is The Sacred Hawaiian Way, the Way of Abundant Flow Honoring Ke Akua (God) and His Creation Which is Nature.)