If you ask a local about the things we like about Honolulu, we'll list really simple things like our Asian food and aloha fridays. Nothing beats spam musubis for lunch! Aloha Fridays Fridays are revered in Hawaii. Everyone is so excited that it’s Friday, we named it aloha Friday. “Aloha” means love or welcome in
Family is a huge part of everyone's life and moving to Hawaii will have a profound effect on your family relationships. I created this video to show you 5 different ways you will be affected. Let me know what you think and subscribe to the channel!
Yes! Living in Hawaii will make you healthier! And I've got 5 reasons why in this video. Take a look, subscribe the our Living in Hawaii channel and most of all, let me know what you think!
Five biggest problems mainland kids have in Hawaii: #1 Knowing which beaches to go to, “the cool Spots.” The common public beaches in Hawaii are easy to find and access. Those are usually overcrowded. Locals know where the private, secret beaches are. These are the beaches that aren’t on the maps and are accessed through
You'll discover many things you won't need after moving to Hawaii. Hawaii offers a lot to its inhabitants. It’s got a plethora of hiking activities, lots of beaches and of course the sunny weather. We’ve talked about things you’ll need when moving to Hawaii, but let’s talk about things you won’t need anymore once you
Hawaii offers a lot of things for you to do, but it also takes away a lot of things. Here are the 5 things you'll never do again after moving to Hawaii. 1. You'll never scrape ice off your car in the mornings after moving to Hawaii When I first started driving on the mainland,
Ever wonder why everyone is so nice in Hawaii? There’s a few good reasons why this happens - and one of them is probably because you’re related to them. However, there are also reasons for why everyone is so nice in Hawaii, a few of them revolving around the fact that it’s a small town
Some of the cultural differences between Hawaii and the mainland may seem apparent but some of them may come as a shock to you. For example, you have probably already heard that driving styles in Hawaii are much slower and relaxed, it’s pretty different from the mainland. You’ve also probably heard about the fact that
There are things you give up in Hawaii when moving here from the mainland. Hawaii offers a lot of things that the mainland does not, such as sunshine year-round, gorgeous beaches all over the island and a paradise setting. However, there are some things that we can’t offer, that you’ll have to give up if
My tips for taking long flights to or from Hawaii: Living in Hawaii since the 80s and having most of my family in the midwest means I've taken more 10+ hour flights than I can remember. Here's what I've learned works for me to make those flights as comfortable as possible: Pack layers of warm
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There is no free shipping to Hawaii; anyone who’s from Hawaii will understand this agony. It’s so painful when a website will give you free shipping yet fails to tell you that Hawaii and Alaska are not included in the free shipping. This is typically a standard for almost every online boutique or store. I