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Kailash and Shivana Maharaj

Editors, City Style and Living

As editors of the award winning quarterly print and digital magazine, City Style and Living, Kailash Maharaj and Shivana Maharaj scour the globe to bring forth the best in food, fashion and travel. The pair are the leading experts in what’s cool, new and hot in the lifestyle market, whether it is the hottest local restaurant, coolest fashion must-haves or what to see and do in a travel destination.

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Toeing the Line Between History and Present: A Stay in Maui

The Honokahua preservation site in Maui encapsulates the latent dynamism between Maui's history and present -- the tug of tourism in a land once given to the spirit of aloha. In the late 1980s the site was discovered just as plans for the hotel were being designed. And now, the site exists as an ancient environment which welcomes guests from the present-day.
06/25/2012 05:04 EDT
Small Kitchen College

The Mango Man Cometh (in the Cayman Islands)

We made one wrong turn, that was all. Though a small island, leave it to my sister and I to end up lost on Grand Cayman. Irritated and circling the roundabout once again, we notice a fruit truck, laden with bright orange mangoes and piles of other fruit -- a necessary diversion.
05/25/2012 06:11 EDT
AP

My Hike With a Grenadian Legend

Telfor Bedeau began hiking in 1962 and since 1990 has been regularly guiding travellers throughout Grenada. A former surveyor, sailor and British railway worker, Bedeau is the most recognized face in Grenada hiking. Fit and sprightly at 73 years old, Bedeau's love of nature and knowledge of the country make him great company.
05/11/2012 04:01 EDT