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Maui home prices, sales diverged in October

General sale prices for homes on Maui in October didn’t stray much from where they were a year ago, according to new data from the Realtors Association of Maui. Read more

                                Tourists flock to Twin Falls waterfall along the Hana Highway in Huelo, Maui.
Weekly digest of what’s happening on Maui

Overall spending by visitors to Maui was up 6.4% to $5 billion in 2018 thanks to a growth in air arrivals. Registration is underway for the county’s PALS Program winter session. Read more

                                The now-barren landscape of Kahikinui and Kaupo in southeast Maui was once home to a large population of Native Hawaiians. Surveys by noted archaeologist Patrick Kirch and his associates rediscovered the remains of 78 heiau, or temples, there.
Kahikinui’s lonely landscape reveals a network of temples at the heart of ancient farming settlements

It’s hard to imagine the barren landscape of Kahikinui and Kaupo in Southeast Maui being home to a large population, but that’s how it was for hundreds of years as Native Hawaiian farmers transformed a region into what has been described as the greatest continuous zone of dryland planting in the Hawaiian Islands. Read more

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