Your Classic Waikiki Sunset
On any given day in Waikiki, you’ll see hundreds of people standing on the beach gazing into sunsets just like this one. This one in particular brings back great personal memories of surfing Waikiki in my youth until well after the sun has gone down, paddling back to shore in the night with a moon overhead (that’s another photo I’ll find and share!).
Big Mahalo to Jana Vasilantonakis!
Photos from our subscribers, especially amateur ones, are my favorites because they illustrate how incredibly beautiful Hawaii is and anyone with a phone can take stunning shots. Mahala Jana for sharing!
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I was born and raised and lucky in Hawaii. The key word is LUCKY…
I got a homeless person working in the warehouse to do my part. He has no license and owns a car…what’s up with that?
Life is always good if you have your physical health. Mental health is equally important. And gratitude is the major key in maintaining a good outlook if you’re still planning to move here. At least the weather is nice here for the homeless.
Greener on the other side is always the answer till you get there.
Mahalo Rocky for sharing!
Thank you Casey for the encouragement. It really means a lot. With GOD… anything is possible. People solely forget that God wants us to help people in need. So sad that some people have everything they could ever want but wouldn’t lift a finger to help someone else. Still… I’m going to love and pray for everyone and know that my GOD WILL MAKE A WAY. Thank you also Mr. KAY for your thoughts.
Mr. Peter Kay….I know this message is a bit strange, but it’s most definitely real. Please assist me to relocate to Hawaii. I’m broke looking for a job in Lake City, South Carolina. People around this area won’t allow you to grow even when you do have a job. Supervisors and leads at these different businesses believe in.. Favoritism, Bullying, and Harassment. I’m a victim of all three. I will stay at a shelter in your community until I can find a job and work REALLY HARD to get a one bedroom apartment. I’m not losing FAITH IN MY GOD. I’M NOT GOING TO GIVE UP. PLEASE MR. KAY… THIS IS NOT A HOAX. IF YOU CAN HELP ME CONNECT TO A LOCAL CHURCH IN YOUR AREA TO ASSIST ME…I WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. EVEN IF YOU HAVE ANY WORK THAT HAS TO BE DONE… PLEASE ALLOW ME TO EARN AND SERVE YOU AND OTHERS. I PRAY YOU WILL HELP ME MR. KAY. SINCERELY,
Aloha Yolanda, I truly want to help you which is why based on your message I can say that Hawaii is not the right place for you. You would be better served by moving to another city where you have friends or family and using your same commitment to hard work and God to get on your feet. Hawaii is going to be a disaster for you – much worse than what you have now, if you can believe that.
Yolonda I don’t if any of it would be a good fit for you but here’s some ideas of where to start if you are serious about making the move!
(Google search of “room and board included jobs in hawaii”)
Casey I know you’re trying to be helpful – I can share from direct personal experience that “room and board included jobs in hawaii” is a dead end. I’ve had family members that were born and raised in Hawaii that tried to find these jobs and they simply do not exist. They are warmed-over tourist destinations – not at all what Yolanda needs right now.