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Moving to Hawaii to Work on a Farm

I found a couple of videos by a guy and his wife, Mike and Danielle Durkee, that moved to Big Island Hawaii to work on an organic coffee farm called "Konacopia" during 2009-2010 - at Kealakekua Bay, near the city of Kona. There are two videos below which show two different places they stayed at,

Living in Portland, Moving to NYC and Moving to Hawaii

Photo RCSmith09 at Flickr.com Creative Commons. I received this email a while back, and I just haven't been able to get to it. I've been getting lots of emails from people considering moving to Hawaii from the mainland. A couple people from New York City actually in the past few days. Something about

Moving to Kauai on $5,000+ Per Month – Doable?

This is an email and my response, to a woman that was thinking about moving to Kauai with her husband. They have realistic expectations of what is needed and what they can do on the amazing isle of Kauai. Read our exchange below... * * * * * Aloha Karen, Thanks for writing - I'll

College Student Wants to Live in Hawaii

I received an email from a girl I'll call, "Lorie". She is a college student now and living on the mainland. She was thinking about going to live in Hawaii for college. She realizes it will be tough - but thought she would tough it out. Can a college student from the mainland USA go

Physical Therapy Assistant Wants to Move to Hawaii Countryside

It's over 30 miles to the top of Haleakala Volcano on Maui - and yet, some cyclists are able to go up it. Most just pay for a van to drop them at the top and they cycle down. Image from Tony Crider at Flickr.com Creative Commons. Here is another reader email -

A Waitress Moving to Hawaii? Why Not?

If you are moving to Hawaii it means you have special circumstances. You're you. You're unique. Though I've written a lot about the subject, and you've read "Moving to Hawaii - 2011" at Amazon, you still may not be sure - can you make it if you move, or not? I'm going to occasionally put