With West Maui's reopening coming up, many in the community had questions. For example, since roughly 7,000 of them are in hotels, are they going to be kicked out? Will they now be neighbors with visitors? For these questions, at least, we now have answers - visitors and survivors will be separated. … [Read more...] about Visitors and Survivors Will Be Separated
On Friday, the one-month anniversary of the devastating Maui wildfires, officials made a bold announcement: West Maui to tentatively reopen on October 8. Of course, this reopening excludes Lahaina, which will remain closed to almost everyone. … [Read more...] about West Maui to Tentatively Reopen on October 8
It's been two weeks since fires supercharged by Hurricane Dora decimated the historic town of Maui, displacing thousands of residents. And while things are still far from normal, emergency shelters are already in the process of closing, as West Maui hotels take in survivors to give them more humane accommodations. … [Read more...] about West Maui Hotels Take In Survivors
Honestly, I wasn't planning on writing about Maui again today. But the news coming out of the island is infuriating and has me wondering what are people thinking? Why? Because tourists and wreaking havoc on the island's attempt to recover. … [Read more...] about What Are People Thinking?
If you have upcoming travel to Maui and decide to do the right thing, you'll need to make changes. However, don't just jump online to make those changes. I think you should call to reschedule your Maui travel. … [Read more...] about Call to Reschedule Your Maui Travel