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Topic: maui living

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replies: 3

By:

RJ

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maui living

« on: November 06 2009 20:11:00 »

i am planning on moving to maui to work for a landscaping company and follow my dream of becoming a surfer. i live in colorado and i have never had the opportunity to surf but i've been on a board all my life. skateboard wakeboard snowboard and slackline. i am respectful and i always have the dank herb to share. i heard the locals are hard to approach, whats the best way to strike up a convorsation and maybe make some friends in the area?



By:

g

RE: maui living

« Reply #1 on: November 08 2009 00:11:00 »

locals aren't hard to approach at all.  just be humble and you'll be fine :D

By:

TTB

RE: maui living

« Reply #2 on: November 09 2009 08:11:00 »

Beer works well at appeasing the wild local.


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