The following is an email - slightly edited - that I received a short while back from someone wanting to move to Hawaii. I didn't think she had a realistic chance for success. Sometimes the truth is hard to face. Hawaii can be an unforgiving place - money goes fast and dreams die faster
I sometimes turn email into an article about Hawaii here because: It takes time to read and respond to email, when I could be writing an article instead. Better to share whatever we're talking about related to Hawaii so more people can see what we're discussing. I received a letter from "Mike" in Connecticut.
IMG_4023 by Ben Ferenchak is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Image may have been resized or cropped from original. Koko Head climb near Hanauma Bay in Hawaii Kai, Oahu, HawaiiSounds like such a lame name for such a great idea, bucket list. Who made that up? I'll have to think of a different name for
If you've ever moved to Hawaii and stayed for any length of time, or were or are a local in the Hawaiian islands - this article is sure to bring back some memories and make you nod. This article is some of what living in Hawaii is all about. I hate to take you away
sunrise dream scape by paul bica is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Image may have been resized or cropped from original I felt my arms tingle with what can only be described as, pure magic, when I first got off the plane at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on a very warm day in
I just read an article about the homeless problem in Hawaii being the worst in the Nation. I'm wondering if anyone is surprised. Given Alaska or Hawaii, Nebraska or Hawaii, New York or Michigan or Hawaii to be living as homeless, and which state would you choose? Homeless doesn't mean dumb, it just means without