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You asked: Would Oahu be the ideal location for me?

One of our newsletter subscribers sent in a question: Coming from an area that is 30 minutes from mountains and 30 minutes from a small city, would Oahu be the ideal location to live? Which is one we felt particularly well-qualified to answer.  Our local girl Aina gives her perspective as to why that's true.

You asked: Would Oahu be the ideal location for me?2018-09-24T08:31:27+00:00

Top 3 reasons why you might think Hawaii locals in Hawaii are rude to you

Why you might think locals in Hawaii are rude to you reason #1: They aren’t as cheerful as the people who picked you up at the airport. The personal hotel chauffeur service that picked you up at the airport were probably the happiest, cheerful people. They brought leis for you and your visiting family members,

Top 3 reasons why you might think Hawaii locals in Hawaii are rude to you2018-12-10T07:25:57+00:00

Top 3 Ways to be Respectful and Accepted by Native Hawaiians

The native Hawaiian community is an exclusive group of locals that are one to be respectful of. It’s important not to cross boundaries or risk discomfort and unpleasant interactions. How to be accepted by native Hawaiians #1: clean up after yourself and have respect for the land Respecting the land (Aina,) is a core part

Top 3 Ways to be Respectful and Accepted by Native Hawaiians2018-12-10T07:24:37+00:00

Help us plan a tour for people that want to move to Hawaii

If you're serious about living in Hawaii, it almost goes without saying that you need to come out here for a visit first. But because Hawaii is a fabulous visitor destination, chances are you'll have a fantastic time but won't get the reality of what it's like to live here. I'm going to fix that

Help us plan a tour for people that want to move to Hawaii2018-10-08T08:23:17+00:00

Is there segregation in Hawaii?

Segregation in Hawaii: Local Language Local language is a quality of Hawaiian culture that contributes to segregation in the islands. It’s easy to see who is a local based on the language and slang they use. For example, familial terms like “cousin” and “aunty” can describe close friends instead of actual blood-related relatives. Locals use

Is there segregation in Hawaii?2018-11-12T09:21:39+00:00