Posts in the ‘Water’ Category

11 Items to Consider Packing for Your Trip to Maui

Maui vacation coming up? Get packing! What to Bring.

So, you have decided to visit Maui! Maybe for the first time or maybe you visit frequently. You have reserved the perfect Hotel or Bed and Breakfast, the Rental car is all lined up, and Plane tickets?  Yes!

To ensure your time in Maui is the best it can be read on to find out what you will want to have and why. I didn’t bother listing all the stuff you need, you know the stuff you have to have no matter where you go, things like toothpaste, medicines, and identification.

Here are the items that deserve serious consideration when filling up your suitcase.

1. Comfortable footwear –
Keep the feet happy and the body will follow. On Maui, we wear slippahs, (aka flip-flops, thongs) almost exclusively. If you are self conscious about your feet you may want to get a pedicure before your trip. Guys this means you too. Slippers or slippah are great because they go on and off easily. We don’t wear shoes in our homes here, if you are visiting the home of a local be prepared to leave your footwear at the door. Read more »

Feeling Amazing Maui Style

A big part of living in tune with the planet is taking care of your own body, this body is…

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5 Tips For Perfecting Your Surfing Stance- Hang Loose Surf Club, Lahaina

Hang Loose Surf Club is a native-Hawaiian owned and operated business with a mission is to give you the best Hawaiian surfing experience possible.

Hang Loose Surf Club in Lahaina has world-class instructors that are experts at getting you out on a surfboard and keeping you upright with a smile. Check out their five tips for perfecting the stance you’ll be using atop our world-famous waves of Maui.

1. Get Sideways!

You want your chest facing the side of the board, not the front. A sideways stance is key to maintaining balance. So leave your face-forward skiing stance behind, my friend – you’re in Maui now.

2. Get Centered!

Imagine a line running from the tip of the surfboard to its tail, cutting it in half. You want the arches of your feet to be dead-center on that imaginary line. You might even have an actual line there to guide you. Lucky!

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