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3 Surprising Things I Learned When I Moved To Hawaii

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When I moved to Hawaii I had nothing. No money, no job, and nowhere to live.

I went into detail about this in another articles. Check the links below to see my other adventures in Hawaii.

After living here for seven years I have a better feel for the island and have gotten used to island life. There was plenty of culture shock, but these were the…




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