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Hawaii lies in the northern most point of the Polynesian triangle. Early Polynesians reached these shores by navigating the stars. As a result, Hawaii and Polynesia are deeply entwined. In order to understand what "Aloha" is all about, I encourage you to learn all you can at one of the shows that present the complete history of these archipelagos! Polynian Influence These shows are very hot. Robert "Lopaka" Aguiar is the award winning Creative Director of Feast at Lele, Maui's premier Polynesian Dinner Show. For more information about the show, call Robert or his staff at (808) 667-5353, or go to FeastAtLele.com. Fire knife dancing originally came from Samoa. Interesting fact:: lopak a A g u i ar Riding a bicycle down Haleakala is one of the most thrilling experiences on Maui. I love it because you notice so much more than if you were riding in a car : silversword, cows and horses grazing sublimely in lush green pastures, plus amazing island, mountain and ocean views. Oh, and it's the best place on Maui to see the sunrise too! Bike the Volcano A unique adventure awaits you. Phil Feliciano has been a fixture on the Maui cycling scene since 1982. He and his son Sam operate Cruiser Phil's Volcano Riders. For more info on Haleakala, or to go on a biking tour down the volcano, call them at (808) 893-2332, or visit them online at CruiserPhil.com. Ph i l F eli ci a no The Highest Point On Haleakala: 10,023 ft. Interesting fact:: 38 M i c ha e l M o ore I've had a long standing love affair with Maui culture. The Hawaiian legends, as expressed in hula and chants, are absolutely mesmerizing. Did you know there are more than 30 types of hula? My favorite is the kahiko, or ancient traditional hula, where the true culture of Hawaii is reflected in dance, music and words. Be sure to check out a luau while on Maui. Michael Moore has been a Maui business owner and hula enthusiast since 1987. He is co-owner of Old Lahaina Luau, one of the most popular luaus on Maui. (808) 667-6060, or online at OldLahainaLuau.com. Origins of luaus trace back to the year 1856. Interesting fact:: Island Culture Get lei'd at a luau.

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