I spoke to Clyde Prestowitz yesterday, by phone at his residence in Maui for further clarification.
The big-wave surfer conquered a 70-foot swell at Jaws in Maui, which landed him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Maui, it seems—a lush veranda with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.
Surfer Mike Parsons rode the 64-foot wave during a competition on the north shore of Maui, Hawaii.
In 2006, Fitzpatrick retired from the transit department with visions of moving to Maui and “marrying a pretty Japanese girl.”
Maui, the son, came along and ridiculed his father for thinking so much of his work.
Very angry, Maui punished the bird again and demanded the truth.
Four brothers, each bearing the name of Maui, belong to Hawaiian legend.
Great was Maui's surprise and consternation when he found his kite gone.
The crater of Haleakala, ten thousand feet high, is near the middle of the island of Maui.