The Tahiti Syndrome Hawaiian Style is an introspective journey taken under sail into the very heart of the Great Pacific Ocean to the magnificent Hawaiian archipelago.
The author seeks life and love while attempting to ascertain the meaning of life as seen from the deck of a 52 foot ketch, the sailing vessel Maiatla II.
Hawaii is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and has written about extensively. However, few books ever talk about the Hawaiians themselves, and their history, going back at least 2000 years.
This book was compiled by the author from his personal experiences living on the island of Maui, Hawaii, and the oral traditions he was taught by Hawaiian elders.
Crystal beaches, a topography that is dazzled with a various landscapes, coral islands that lie on mirror flat water—are not these reasons enough for you to indulge in Maui vacations?
For certified sun-worshippers, Maui vacations are almost every traveler's dream of a tropical island came to life.
Warning - going further is not recommended! Do not approach the volcano! But we could see a steaming cloud up ahead, promising views of molten lava. We looked right and noticed sulfuric fumes billowing up, bringing back warnings of “don’t get surrounded by lava”. As I looked left, I heard a yelp of surprise. Looking back – and then down – I found Paul hip-deep in pumice.