Talk Story With Us

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Site Updates, Talk Story

I’ll admit it. I like being on the web, surfing the blogosphere, and finding other people out there that are sharing their stories and memories about visits to Maui. These are folks like my wife and I, who might have spent some small part of their life on the Valley Isle, and many more days wishing they were back there right now. And through the power of the web, I can find these folks and join conversations that they’re having about the same places we all love to visit. If it weren’t for the Internet and bloggers out there, the only chance I might have to meet them would be standing in line at an ABC Store on Front Street.

After all, everyone who has been to Maui definitely has something to say about it. That’s why we created the new Talk Story section of our site to hear from you. It is a chance for us and everyone that visits this site to learn a little something about your favorite time on Maui, or why you go back every year like we do, or how you wish you could return someday. Maybe you live there now and want to share your story with others looking to make the move from the mainland. All is welcome.

How much you want to share is up to you. Feel free to leave a link to your site or your blog. Tell us about how you’re planning your next trip or about your friends that are there now. Or just write your name in the virtual sand here and give your thoughts on our site. All you have to do is leave a comment here, and it will also be featured on our Talk Story page. And since it’s powered by Blogger, you have all the usually options for subscribing to updates via email or adding this post to your favorite RSS reader.

Be sure to check back often and spread the word about our site if you have anyone in mind that might enjoy it. We look forward to hearing your stories and experiences.

Mahalo nui loa.

About Kris

Kris and his wife Cindy are avid Maui fans, and have visited the island half a dozen times since '06. Over the years, they have made many friends living on Maui or through social media, which keeps them in touch with the island until they can return again.

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