For those that want to hear both sides of the story. Like any other place, Hawaii has it’s downsides. Here they are.
If you're considering moving to Hawaii and you're not quite sure yet. If you think you have a good idea what living in the Hawaiian Islands will be like for you and your family, just make a quick stop here and take a look at the worst Hawaii has to offer. There will be some
One problem many people contemplating a move to Hawaii consider is how many and what types of bugs in Hawaii they are going to encounter in their new home. Though I can catch a cobra, krait, or coral snake with my hands, I'm no fan of bugs that bite. I avoid them like the plague. Hawaii
Other Hawaii Dangers Millions of people each year vis the Hawaiian Islands. I wish all of them could read this list of cautions because it would save them some trouble, sometimes without putting out much effort at all. Surely Hawaii is different from where you grew up, wherever that was. The ocean and other weather events
Walking on coral or anywhere you're not sure where you're stepping can lead to a very painful bunch of 'vana' spines in your foot! Long-Spined Venomous Sea Urchins (Diadema paucispinum, Echinothrix diadema, and Echinothrix calamaris) In Hawaiian language, “Wana”. Pronounced “vah-na”. Though they are dangerous to step on they are eaten by locals
Portuguese Man-of-War, a stinging invertebrate, is probably the most abundant threat in Hawaii's waters. Photo - quinet at Flickr.com Creative Commons. This is part of a two-post series about dangerous animals in the ocean water surrounding Hawaii that you need to be aware of. The first article covered, "Bugs in Hawaii." This one
Sure there are bugs! There are good bugs and bad bugs. Luckily Hawaii doesn't have too many bad insects and other creepy crawlies to be aware of, but there are some. Surprisingly, or not, there are a lot of people that are deathly afraid of bugs - even those that can't really cause much grief.