I just thought I would share with you something that has really brought a smile to my face whilst being in Maui.
Everyday when our room is done the housekeeper leaves a card with a Hawaiian word on it and its meaning. I have loved learning the new words each day and have been collecting them in my Kindle case. I was quite upset when the one day we had a double because it meant I did not learn a new word!
So because this blog is essentially about a love of words I thought I would share the words I have learnt with you all.
To entertain and welcome with gracious hospitality, a spirit of generosity and Aloha.
Traditional cloth made from Wauke or Mamaki bark, and decorated with patterns or watermarks.
Thanks, gratitude, and to have appreciation.
To continue, persist, renew, perpetuate and persevere.
Waves or surf, wavy; as in wood grain.
Family, relative, extended family.
There we have our new words. I would have loved to have known how many cards there were to collect in all. So many new words to learn.
Also the dragons made a new friend today, her name is Maui.
Hello my fellow book dragons!
It might be a little quiet at the moment because Lord and Lady Book Dragon are currently on holiday in Maui.
The good news is that Lady Book Dragon is doing a lot of reading by the pool and on the beach. There will be a lot of book reviews going up once we are safely back home. Lady Book Dragon has even had to borrow one of Lord Book Dragon’s books to read as she was struggling to find reading material!
But for now enjoy a few snaps of our hols.
Super excited about my new books as they are to do with my upcoming honeymoon. Yes the husband and myself have finally saved enough for our dream honeymoon and we are going to Hawaii! As you can see in the photo Pan our cat is really not bothered by my new books.
This meant that we had to get some holiday guide books and so I immediately bought two with the best reviews. One for Hawaii in general and one for Maui where we are staying. I hope they will be good. I have had a flick through and already found a list of activities I would like to do, not entirely sure my husband agrees with some of the choices, but we will see.
This is the first Eyewitness Travel guide I have had but it had excellent reviews on Amazon so I hope it proves useful.
I think this should prove to be good as I know a few fellow book dragons who love the Lonely Planet guides. Don’t think I will be surfing like the person on the front cover though.
So here are my new books that I will be reading and planning with soon.
I will also be looking for books to read when I am on the plane for many, many hours so any recommendations would be gratefully received. Also if you have been to Hawaii or live in Hawaii please feel free to recommend places to visit. Would love to hear other people’s opinions on places. Thanks.
Lady Book Dragon.