In part two of my travel video tour series from Maui, Hawaii, I travel to Paia, the small, laid-back beach town on the northern coast of Maui, to track down the famed breakfast dish called the Loco Moco (rice, brown gravy and a hamburger patty topped with a fried egg).
Next I head north on the Hana Highway and take a hike into the lush forest to take a dip at Twin Falls, a small water hole in the middle of the forest fed by two island waterfalls. If this isn’t classic Hawaii, then I don’t know what is.
Finally, I pick up my friends at the airport and jump onto a helicopter(!) to take an aerial tour of Maui and nearby Moloka’i. From this vantage point we visit dramatic sea cliffs up close and explore the interior portions of the islands — places that few people ever see.
To learn more about taking your own helicopter tour, visit http:///www.bluehawaiian.com/maui.
The host, Matt Stabile, of this video is the founder and editor-in-chief of the travel site http://www.TheExpeditioner.com. He also served as Director, Editor and Foley Artist for this production.
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