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Wailea Daily Photo

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Homeless On Maui

There are worse places to be homeless than on Maui--of that I'm sure. However, if you're homeless, Maui isn't all that bad. You can get around easily by bike.
You can sleep under a shady tree nearby the ocean.
And you can shower at many beach showers located near the main beaches.

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Blogger GMG said...

Hi Kuanyin! Sorry for having taken so long to come back here, and today Blogger is making things difficult to me; pictures take ages to download... Anyhow, better than being homeless; even in Maui... :)
OK for the «person who was having his head rubbed», but what's the name of the tequilla shot lady? ;))
Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, where I’m still around Rabat, but preparing to move to Casablanca… ;))
Hope you have a great weekend!

May 08, 2008  
Blogger Rambling Round said...

Ahh! Life is good, even if you live outside. Neat series of photos.

May 08, 2008  
Blogger • Eliane • said...

You almost make it sound glamorous. ;)

May 10, 2008  
Anonymous Mia Dadiz said...

It saddens me that we have people lonely and homeless. It should touch our community more than ever. It's great that you wrote a blog on the "Homeless On Maui". It's about time we talk about the growing problem instead of avoiding this topic.

December 15, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi I don't know if you've been homeless . But I have with my kids both here and Cali. I used say the same thing- Maui is a great place to be homeless BUT I've slept on the beach plenty and no one wants to see people living on the beach near them. And the cops don't like either-I might be taking it wrong but it seemed like your glamorizing homeless here. See if you can get away with sleeping on the beach by the Kealani. Wailea. I used camp there - now my kid can't even fish the overnight. Just sayin.... Judy

July 03, 2012  
Blogger Kuanyin Moi said...

Judy, it saddens me that homeless people on Maui are treated the way they are! Certainly it might be construed that I was glamorizing the homeless situation on Maui, and I'm sorry for that.Guess I was attempting to see the positives...

July 03, 2012  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The saddest part is, that these people had an opportunity to do well in life, but they basically threw their life away...

July 30, 2012  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Judge not lest you be Judged

July 31, 2012  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For people to say the homeless are throwing their life away isnt fair.
Anyone can find themselves in this situation at the drop of a hat. With the economy the way it is many are just a paycheck away from the street.
Some people lose their jobs and have no family or friends that give a damn and they wind up on
the beach or a bench.
It can happen to you.

March 26, 2013  
Blogger Kuanyin Moi said...

Yes, it happens all the time to people who never thought they too would become homeless. Sad, but true.

March 29, 2013  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We are the parents of a woman 45 year old her name is Nadine we have no contact with her she ride around with a bicycle and

a small trailer , if any one have contact with her ,please let us know, she go in the area of Hana or some time Keihe she is

around Maui We are very worry about her if you can please contact us gerardcanabou@earthlink.net Thank you gerard & Maguy

September 25, 2015  

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