• Trying to move from Hawaii. Anyone know a state that has nice nature/greenery, affordable to live, not to harsh of a winter, good job market?

    Best answer: The best way to do a big move is to start applying for jobs remotely and to not move until you have something waiting for you. Most parts of the continental US are going to be cheaper than Hawai'i so you could do well in a lot of different places. For greenery with mild winters you're probably looking at... show more
    Best answer: The best way to do a big move is to start applying for jobs remotely and to not move until you have something waiting for you. Most parts of the continental US are going to be cheaper than Hawai'i so you could do well in a lot of different places. For greenery with mild winters you're probably looking at Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, the Carolinas, etc.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Restaurants near Grand Wailea in Maui?

    Best answer: Longies !!! Best ever
    Best answer: Longies !!! Best ever
    10 answers · 2 months ago
  • Do the Hawaiian islands have ferry to the other neighboring islands?

    Best answer: They have tried ferries and even hovercraft between islands but the environmental damage done to shoreline ecosystems was substantial in each case. I lived there over half my life and it s been and continues to be an ongoing problem. What people don t realize is that each island is very, very deep, causing the... show more
    Best answer: They have tried ferries and even hovercraft between islands but the environmental damage done to shoreline ecosystems was substantial in each case. I lived there over half my life and it s been and continues to be an ongoing problem. What people don t realize is that each island is very, very deep, causing the channels between them to be very swift and unpredictable. Travel between them on water is not flat and calm like in Florida. It s not unusual to encounter 15+ foot swells in the Molokai channel between Oahu and Lanai or Molokai. Any large transport vessel needs a deep draft and stabilization technology to cross the channels. Hawaii just doesn t have the harbors to accommodate them without trashing whole coastlines where the harbors are.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Emergency alert . this is not a drill?

    Emergency alert . this is not a drill?

    Best answer: Thanks for the update, but I'm nearly 7,000 miles away from Hawaii. If the missile is going to be powerful enough to affect me, then the whole planet is screwed anyway.
    Best answer: Thanks for the update, but I'm nearly 7,000 miles away from Hawaii. If the missile is going to be powerful enough to affect me, then the whole planet is screwed anyway.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Which is the best way to move to Honolulu, HI?

    At first, I wanted to get a job as a house-painter, in bookkeeping or in computer-support. A quick google-search shows there are dozens of such stores/offices in the Honolulu area. However, I went over to the Onet website, which says they project 50 to 70 job-openings per year, in these fields. So which is... show more
    At first, I wanted to get a job as a house-painter, in bookkeeping or in computer-support. A quick google-search shows there are dozens of such stores/offices in the Honolulu area. However, I went over to the Onet website, which says they project 50 to 70 job-openings per year, in these fields. So which is it? How do I verify these jobs are in demand in Honolulu? Is it okay to call stores across state-lines, and ask them these kinds of ques? ___ Or, would I be better off creating my own online business? Thank You.
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • Which Hawaiian island should I visit?

    Best answer: First time visit, looking for sun and fun and mindless sex - Honolulu for sure. Thousands of horny tourists arrive every day there, looking for a fling. People dis the place because it is built up, but it's lots of fun and the whole island has much to see and do, too.
    Best answer: First time visit, looking for sun and fun and mindless sex - Honolulu for sure. Thousands of horny tourists arrive every day there, looking for a fling. People dis the place because it is built up, but it's lots of fun and the whole island has much to see and do, too.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is it expensive to live in Hawaii?

    Ever since I was young I've wanted to live in Hawaii. I'm 19 now and I've been saving money for years. My dream, that may be unrealistic, is to continue saving money until I'm about 25 and then once I've finished schooling and everything move to Hawaii. I want to be something simple (massage... show more
    Ever since I was young I've wanted to live in Hawaii. I'm 19 now and I've been saving money for years. My dream, that may be unrealistic, is to continue saving money until I'm about 25 and then once I've finished schooling and everything move to Hawaii. I want to be something simple (massage therapist or a childcare person at a daycare or something). So, I was wondering, is it expensive to live in Hawaii? Why doesn't everyone just save up there money and go live there? There must be a reason. I obviously wouldn't want to live in a tourist location or anything like that. Is it hard to find work up there? Also, feel free to roast me and tell me why my dreams are stupid. I don't want to try and do this only to fail miserably in the future. Thanks for your answers in advance.
    13 answers · 3 months ago
  • Suggestions for a Hawaiian vacation please?!?

    Hi everyone! I am looking to go to Hawaii next year and I m not sure where I should go (which island). We would love a hotel on the beach with actual beach access. Does anyone have any suggestions as to the best island to stay on and hotel?! Thanks!
    Hi everyone! I am looking to go to Hawaii next year and I m not sure where I should go (which island). We would love a hotel on the beach with actual beach access. Does anyone have any suggestions as to the best island to stay on and hotel?! Thanks!
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • If something like a certain store is not available in Hawaii, where do people have to travel to to find it?

    Best answer: They could go to California, but that's a long way to travel just to shop.
    Best answer: They could go to California, but that's a long way to travel just to shop.
    5 answers · 3 months ago
  • 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 · 3 months 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 months 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 · 4 months 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 · 5 months ago