One of the first questions I get when I’m I.D’d out on the mainland is: You’re from Hawai’i? I bet you went to the beach every day, can you even pick a favorite? In short, I can’t pick a favorite—but here’s why.
You’re on a 48-hour layover in Hawai’i, (poor you), what do you do? One might say that that’s just not enough time to explore everything that Hawai’i has to offer; to an extent that’s true. But here’s the local girls’ guide to having the best 48 hours on O’ahu.
Growing up in Hawai’i was a blessing that I didn’t realize until I moved to the mainland. There are countless things that I miss about home, but these are just a few of the top things I miss about living in Hawai’i...
Moving to the mainland has been one of the biggest culture shocks I’ve experienced. I’ve pushed myself to try new things, explore new places, and meet new people.