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I think that Maui is one of the most (if not the most) romantic places on Earth. A couple of my favorite places on Maui for getting close are Haleakala as the sun comes up (the cold lends itself to cuddling), and watching a full moon over Honolua Bay. But there are tons of special places on our island to share with your sweetie. For example, I take my beautiful wife, Tammie, on hikes to waterfalls at places like Twin Falls, we watch spectacular sunsets on a dinner cruise, and we read and relax at the beach (Ironwoods in Kapalua is a favorite). Speaking of beaches, one of my signature moves is writing love notes in the wet sand, and then getting her to walk past them while I look surprised. It's these types of experiences that are guaranteed to bring you closer to your sweetheart, and make your trip even more memorable! Romantic Plac Love is in the air and on dinner cruises too. Mike Webb lives on Maui and makes it a point to romance his wife, Tammie, a flight attendant, when she is home. He is also the marketing manager of Quicksilver Charters, so needless to say, they're out on the ocean often. For more info on romantic things to do, call Boss Frog's at (808) 661-3333. Visitors & locals often see green flashes at sunset. Interesting fact:: M i ke W ebb I've always loved serenity, and Maui is one of the best places to find it. For me, getting on a kayak or SUP board, paddling out into the ocean, watching the turtles, dolphins and whales by myself or with a friend, simply connects me back to nature. It's my favorite way to take in the awe-inspiring beauty of Maui and the neighbor islands, while getting away from the crowds. Finding Tranquility Get to know Maui at sea level. Paul Noble is a former oceanographer and owner of Maui Ocean Sports , which offers SUP lessons, guided kayak snorkel excursions, as well as kayak & SUP rentals. To learn more about Paul's favorite places to go out on the water, call him at (808) 769-6009, or go to MauiOceanSports.com. Most Commonly Seen Marine Animal: Turtles Interesting fact:: P a u l N o ble 32

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