Polynesian Spirit

To the far Northeast, in the State of Maine is a little town called “Standish” with a population of only 10,000 or so residents. Driving along a two lane highway named “Ossipee Trail West” sits a small hometown bakery called Daily Bread Bakery, Low Sodium Bakery and Tea Shoppe. This is where you will find Ahura Z. Diliiaz, a Polynesian man of Maori descent and his daughter Kazi, dancing hula. Kazi has dedicated her life to hula and the Hawaiian culture. Her hair is red, in honor of Goddess Pele. Ahura is a kumu of metaphysics and spirituality. His daughter Kazi dances for the school’s hula hui, Unicorn Cove Hula Hui. Ahura and Kazi are host of “Ask the Unicorn” a live weekly paranormal and metaphysical Q&A show. Oh, did we mention all the “onolicious” looking goodies at the Daily Bread Bakery??? Mmmmmm…

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Daily Bread Bakery
131 Ossipee Trail West
Standish, ME 04084
(207) 648-4361
www.ofdailybread.com
www.facebook.com/ofDailyBread

Unicorn Cove School of Metaphysics
41 Ossipee Trail West
Standish, ME 04084
(207) 347-5686
www.unicorn-cove.com
www.facebook.com/unicorncovehula

Ask The Unicorn
asktheunicorn.com