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My first hike on Maui I almost died

By July 6, 2020 3 Comments

My first hike on Maui I almost died
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This was a hike to remember!! It was the first hike I ever did on Maui and I thought I was going to die! I wouldn’t recommend this hike, there’s definitely others to do here on Maui, but it pushed me to the limits. For that, I’m grateful.


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  • Wake Up Matt says:

    What’s the craziest hike you’ve done?

  • Ἰάσων says:

    Hope you enjoyed your 4th.

    On July 4, 1894, Sanford B. Dole was proclaimed President of the Republic of Hawaiʻi, a little over a year following the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

    Liliʻuokalani (Queen of Hawaii) ascended to the throne on January 29, 1891, nine days after her brother's death. During her reign, she attempted to draft a new constitution which would restore the power of the monarchy and the voting rights to Native Hawaiians. Threatened by her attempts to abrogate the Bayonet Constitution, pro-American elements in Hawaiʻi overthrew the monarchy on January 17, 1893. The overthrow was bolstered by the landing of US Marines under John L. Stevens to protect American interests.
    The coup d'état established the Republic of Hawaiʻi, but the ultimate goal was the annexation of the islands to the United States, which was temporarily blocked by President Grover Cleveland. After an unsuccessful uprising to restore the monarchy, the oligarchical government placed the former Queen under house arrest at the Iolani Palace. On January 24, 1895, Liliʻuokalani was forced to abdicate the Hawaiian throne.

  • xJP7 says:

    This video is awesome. Inspires me to travel so much!

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