14 Ways You Can Always Spot Someone From Hawaii… No Matter Where They Are
As the most isolated population center on earth, the Hawaiian Islands are perhaps one of the most unique locations on earth, which means that life in Hawaii will always be a little different than anywhere else. As a result, the people who call Hawaii home are undoubtedly one-of-a-kind. With a distinct style, specific character quirks, and a unique lifestyle, Hawaii locals are pretty easy to spot – even when they have left the islands.
Hawaii locals are simply made to stand out, don’t you think? Tell us in the comments, how else can you spot someone from Hawaii? Then, click here to read about The 14 Types of People You’ll Meet In Hawaii. Which one are you?
What makes the Hawaiian Islands so, well, different?
While we might take offense to the word “weird” at times, there’s no denying that the Aloha State is one of the most unique places in the entire country. From bizarre historic stories to the odd places you can visit, you’ll love learning about what makes the Hawaiian Islands so quirky. I personally love telling everyone I meet about the odd and elusive colony of wallabies you’ll find hiding in Oahu’s Kalihi Valley.
What do Hawaii locals love?
Hawaii is perhaps the most unique of the 50 American states, and as a result, people who call the Aloha State home have a distinct perspective on life. While living on an island chain in the middle of the Pacific Ocean has its frustrations and annoyances, most locals will agree that there is no place they’d rather live — and here are 14 reasons why.
What questions should I not ask Hawaii locals?
When anyone discovers you are from Hawaii or even live on the islands, they always have a ton of questions to ask. It might be because they are jealous, or maybe it’s because Hawaii is so far away from the mainland that all they really know is what they see on postcards or on Hawaii Five-O. Either way, here are 14 questions people always ask when they know you live in Hawaii as well as our answers. Be warned, though: many of these questions are a little bit, well, ridiculous.