Maui’s surfers up for more surfing

Surfing fans from around the world have flooded the shores of Maui with more than a dozen surfing spots, including several at a cost of more than $1 million, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mauia’s first surfing spot.

The spots include Mauia Beach, Maui Beach, Waimea Beach and the nearby Maui Island.

The locations are part of the Maui Surf Challenge, which was founded in 2007.

Mauia Beach is a popular surfing spot in Maui, but some locals have been complaining about the crowds for years.

Last year, a Maui County Council committee approved a $1.4 million renovation plan that included a large-scale water slide.

The new slide is located on the island’s southern tip.

The new plan includes a huge, water-based slide that will run across the island and up to 50 feet deep.

There are plans to install a large slide with giant steel cables that will also be used for a “mauiar” — a water slide that takes the shape of a coconut.

A crowd of around 40 people, mostly tourists, were in attendance at the Mauia beach on Saturday.

Some of them had been at the island for years to witness the first surfing.

I’m excited to be a part of something that is going to be such a significant milestone in Mauia history.

I know it’s not going to last forever, but I’m hoping that it will last.

It’s going to make the people of Mauihi proud and we can be a proud part of it.

Surfing was first offered to Maui by the Hawaiian government in 1929.

It has been a popular sport since then, but the islanders have struggled with the effects of pollution and the spread of malaria.

More than 3,000 people died from malaria in Hawaii during 2016, according to the Hawaii Department of Health and Welfare.

At a Mauia surf event last year, many spectators wore masks and surfboards to cover their faces.

But a few locals and surfers said that some of the masks were causing them to get malaria and other illnesses.

For a while, surfing was mostly banned in Mauihis coastal area.

The city’s mayor, David Lantz, said he was willing to see the island go back to its old surfing way.

“We’re going to do something about it,” he said.

“I think it’s important to be able to have a celebration that is really respectful to the past.”

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