Bodyboarding and swimming at Honolua Beach, Maui, Hawaii. Something the whole family can enjoy when the waves are small. Living life in Hawaii is a dream for a lot of people. Many who can afford a vacation to the Hawaiian islands return home and are a little bit shell-shocked. In a good way.
The soft sand and bright blue ocean, white puffy clouds, and blue skies make Kailua Beach one of my all-time favorite places for eating lunch while working on Oahu. This is what an average day for me looked like when I lived on Oahu: Background - Location, Building, etc. I had just arrived
Living in Hawaii means you get views like this! Out of every ten visitors to the Hawaiian islands, at least five are wondering, "Is living in Hawaii possible for me?" And for every five that do wonder such a thing realistically maybe one can choose to live in Hawaii for any length
Living in Hawaii - Which Island? The islands are quite diverse. If you like nightlife – you can only live on Oahu. If you like quiet, intimate gatherings on the weekend – you could live on any island, conceivably. You’ll need to visit all the islands if you want a big choice, otherwise try Oahu,
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
Chinaman's Hat, Oahu, Hawaii - Copyright Flickr user Paul (dex). 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 March of 1985. People on the plane cheered as it touched down