• Moving to Maui, HI?

    23 year old male from Indiana, I have lived here all my life. I have a close friend that lives on Maui island in a town called Kahului and absolutely loves it. I don’t have any kids or any family here anymore and I have been thinking about buying the one way ticket and starting a new life. I have a little over 10K... show more
    23 year old male from Indiana, I have lived here all my life. I have a close friend that lives on Maui island in a town called Kahului and absolutely loves it. I don’t have any kids or any family here anymore and I have been thinking about buying the one way ticket and starting a new life. I have a little over 10K saved and I have worked in the automotive industry since I was 18. Any advice from current or former residents of Maui?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should I move to Maui, Hawaii from Huntington, West Virginia?

    Best answer: When I moved to Miami from Dallas after I graduated college with my Bachelor s, it was hard at first to move away from my family- especially having no family what-so-ever in Florida. It s hard at first, but then you adjust to it. Of course you stated that you already have some family there, so that should be easier... show more
    Best answer: When I moved to Miami from Dallas after I graduated college with my Bachelor s, it was hard at first to move away from my family- especially having no family what-so-ever in Florida. It s hard at first, but then you adjust to it. Of course you stated that you already have some family there, so that should be easier for you. As for leaving your siblings, they will be fine because they still have each other. If you really don t like your town or feel like you can t stay put where you are, then I say go for it. Moving somewhere, especially across the country, can be difficult both emotionally and physically, so be prepared for the exhaustion, stress, and financial struggles that may come along with it. Of course many good things can come when moving somewhere, but always be prepared for the worst. Good luck in Hawaii, if you choose to move.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Should I move to Hawaii short term?

    I’m currently a community college student. After several circumstances at the beginning of the year, I have taken the year off from school. I currently have a few classes left that I need for my Associate’s, but I’m worried that I won’t get into the Math class that I need. I failed the requisite Math class two... show more
    I’m currently a community college student. After several circumstances at the beginning of the year, I have taken the year off from school. I currently have a few classes left that I need for my Associate’s, but I’m worried that I won’t get into the Math class that I need. I failed the requisite Math class two times before I managed to complete it during the summer, when I didn’t have any other classes, so I’m very anxious and afraid that I’m going to fail again. In any case, if I don’t get the class that I /need/ (with a good and responsive professor), I’ve thought about going to Hawaii and working and living there for the semester and maybe the summer. I’ve decided that a change of scenery is in order (should I not get into that class), and as I love warmer climates and hate anything under 60 degrees, Hawaii seems like a good place to spend half a year. I know that Hawaii is idealized, and it’s not all rainbows and sunny beaches. It’s expensive to live there, and it’s a completely different culture than anywhere else in the US. However, I still would like to give it a shot. I will have about $5,500 after the holidays, which is enough for a plane ticket, a week or two at a hostel, and a month or two at a studio apartment (although hopefully I will be able to find a job fairly quickly). I’d appreciate some insight, especially from people who have moved to Hawaii.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is Hawaii overrated?

    Best answer: YES its way over rated,,,, You have just as good beaches along the gulf in Texas, the west coast and Mexico.. Hawaii is way over priced and is a tourist trap..
    Best answer: YES its way over rated,,,, You have just as good beaches along the gulf in Texas, the west coast and Mexico.. Hawaii is way over priced and is a tourist trap..
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • Should I move to Hawaii?

    I was born in Hawaii, and the people match my ethnicity. Parents moved us from the island when I was 3. I'm 37 now -- my concerns are jobs and the high cost of living as Hawaii is a difficult place to afford if you are not connected, and really I have only distant relatives there now. Then again, after 34... show more
    I was born in Hawaii, and the people match my ethnicity. Parents moved us from the island when I was 3. I'm 37 now -- my concerns are jobs and the high cost of living as Hawaii is a difficult place to afford if you are not connected, and really I have only distant relatives there now. Then again, after 34 years gone, am I truly "Hawaiian" anymore?
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Any suggestions on where to go in Hawaii? Or any other really nice tropical places?

    Its my mom's 50th and she wants to go to Hawaii, the Bahamas, or anywhere else that really nice and tropical with nice beaches.
    Its my mom's 50th and she wants to go to Hawaii, the Bahamas, or anywhere else that really nice and tropical with nice beaches.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is Oahu a town or is it a place on Honoluhu?

    Best answer: Oahu is an island- where Honolulu is located, along with Pearl Harbor and many communitites. Hawaii is an island state so has several major islands and hundreds of small ones. Biggest are Hawaii (aka Big Island), Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai.
    Best answer: Oahu is an island- where Honolulu is located, along with Pearl Harbor and many communitites. Hawaii is an island state so has several major islands and hundreds of small ones. Biggest are Hawaii (aka Big Island), Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is Hawaii a rich country ?

    10 answers · 3 months ago
  • Vacationing in Hawaii (Oahu)?

    Best answer: Climb The Stairway to Heaven (Haiku Staircase). There plenty of place like Wal Mart to buy snorkel equipment. Snorkel Hanauma Bay. The first Thursday of the month, I think it is they have night snorkeling with spot lights.
    Best answer: Climb The Stairway to Heaven (Haiku Staircase). There plenty of place like Wal Mart to buy snorkel equipment. Snorkel Hanauma Bay. The first Thursday of the month, I think it is they have night snorkeling with spot lights.
    6 answers · 4 months ago