Interviews

Interviews

One of my favorite parts about living in Hawaii is the people. I appreciate the fact that most of the kama’aina (translated literally from Hawaiian to mean “child of the land”) have a deep love of the land and highly respect where they live. They realize how lucky they are to live in Hawaii. Don’t get me wrong, though. I love living in Hawaii so much that I actually have selfish reasons for talking and meeting as many locals as I can. I want to learn about Hawaii, her history and how I can convince you that living in Hawaii is a dream come true. I feel the best way to do that is to ask lots of questions. And, here, I pass the important answers they give to me onto you.

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