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many openings with different namesµ. From Lahaina, take highway 30 east to Wailuku. Turn right on Ka'ahumanu Avenue, then left on Lower Main Street, and left again on Waiehu Beach Road. Follow the signs to get to the Waiehu Beach Park.
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Alternative name churches
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BODYBOARDING ROX AT CHURCHES
its usually kinda choppy but its a great bodyboarding spot but farther down there is a surfer spot called sand piles but the locals are usually nice just dont be all cocky or you'll getn your but kicked
this is where i learned to bodyboard it's still one of my favorite spots.
By Anonymous , 03-09-2008
BS - This site ought to be taken down. I never had trouble finding a spot to surf, and I never needed a website to tell me where to go. Just means all the donkeys will find our uncrowded spots. If you aren't Local you will be met with resistance.
By Captain , 03-08-2006
oh nah fo reals??? - What about japanese, black people, guatemalians, russians, space aliens, yetties, etc etc. They can come or what? What about us? we can go to oddah places like....Tavarua? Or are we gonna be told that dey own the ocean and we no can go ova dea? Oh man I would be all piss off!Nobody can come to our breaks but nobody betta tell us we no can go to theirs li'dat. Dat wouldn't be right :pUnlearn.
By sovereign Hawaiian boii , 11-04-2006
haoles stay out of Waiehu - you always get in our way in Lahaina and other beaches stay there and dont invade Waiehu boiis and it doesn't suck boii
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