REALITY in HAWAII

Time to wake up out of your HAWAII FANTASY so you can enter REALITY…HAWAII REALITY that is…This isn’t a Negative show…We just want you to be well aware of the reality of living in Hawaii and the things you should know about…We do have some issues here you should educate yourselves on before you come here as well as when you visit or move here…

Buy LOCAL…we have a serious Food problem here and the future of our Food Security is at the center of it…be AWARE and help the islands out.

We need to ensure Hawaii will have a Sustainable future.

Hawaii and the Native Hawaiian people have a MOVEMENT…Learn and Respect it.

We have SERIOUS Energy problems and they are the HIGHEST in the United States!

HOUSING is one more major concern and problem we have been talking about since we started this show years ago and it’s only getting worse. You will have a very hard time affording a home on OAHU and others are figuring this out and either moving back to the mainland or the other islands pushing the cost of homes and property higher on those islands.

Don’t get sick in Hawaii or don’t BE sick in Hawaii…the HEALTHCARE in Hawaii is not the best and may cause you some major issues or problems if you have a health problem…you may need to move to deal with heart or cancer issues and if you live on any other island than Oahu…you may need to fly into Oahu weekly or monthly to deal with your health problems…you may even need to move to Oahu for good if you have a major issues.

This is a warning and a heads up if you move to Hawaii…there are a million reasons to move to Hawaii, but there are also major concerns on why not to…as long as you know what you are dealing with and are prepared you should be able to manage Paradise 😉

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “REALITY in HAWAII

  1. Hey Guys,

    Another good show about the reality of the move to Paradise. When Kim and I were on the show we brought up the need for having access to emergency medical services. Kim is hoping to fill the need for qualified psychiatric professionals providing we find the right position for the right price. Kim is looking for a possible position with the VA or a large medical group.

    Kim & I have been making a regular monthly donation to Wayde’s 808 cleanup group. We love the ‘aina and respect all the effort that you put into taking care of the land, whether we can make Hawaii our home or not. You have to stand up for

    On a side note I had my niece go through Aloha Travel for her honeymoon.

    Aloha,
    Doc & Kim

  2. Hey dudes,
    I didn’t mean to disappear on you. I was traveling and only now caught up with the podcast. Thanks for reading my comments. Sorry if I came across as aggressive last time– what I was trying to say was, I’m all for bitching if it’s done with love — in the spirit of aloha. I guess there was something in Wayde’s comment that rubbed me the wrong way and I reacted, and I can see how that might look hypocritical.

    As for the haole thing– I don’t remember who said it– haole is not a racial definition, it’s a state of mind. It’s something like the opposite of aloha. Sometimes shit happens and we have to slip into that, and I was guilty of that too. I guess you get some kind of points for super-aloha if you can react to other people acting like haole without turning into a haole yourself. )) Anyhow, it’s all good, keep up the good work, you just did a great anti-utopian show, all of it in good spirit.

    I still think you’re totally wrong about global warming, I’m not letting that one go :)))

    Cheers!
    Cathy

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