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Fidel de la Merced, Jr, a reader from Morris Plains, NJ:  ”Your website is awesome!  It was the only website I’ve gathered so much information about Maui.  I even bought the book Maui Revealed but I kept going back to GovisitHawaii.com.”

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About Sheila Beal

Sheila Beal is the founder and editor of Go Visit Hawaii. You can connect with Sheila Beal on Twitter, Go Visit Hawaii on Facebook, or Sheila Beal on Google+.

3 comments

  1. Everytime I read a post in my reader, it’s like a piece of me travels back to Hawaii again. :)

  2. Aw, thanks, jim! Welcome to virtual Hawaii. :-)

  3. Im 45 looking to retire semi off grid or just more or a quiet no where safe to live in
    But for starters if i make it there i plan to live in hilo… Seems to be the place with the closest type weather as Seattle wa….and rain! But i have a low vitamin d medical history meaning i need sun too!
    I want to live in hawaii $900 mo rent???

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