this video is all about how I am budgeting my trip to Hawaii! I included some tips that I am not using this trip but would love to use in the future to plan a budget trip to Hawaii. Let me know in the comments what you think of this video!
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I like to live like a local when I travel. I visited the local markets, went to tons of beaches, and lived with locals. I even went to the more touristy places like Waikiki to watch the sun set and have a hawaiian cocktail on the beach. In my mind, I experienced loads of culture. Maybe I didn't see or do everything, but I saw and did a lot of things. What do you consider experiencing the culture?
Isn’t Hawaii rad? We just spent a lot of time exploring all over Hawaii and lived there for awhile . We seem to have a lot in common! Subscribe to our channel if you want! Maybe sometime we’ll run into one another somewhere in this world 🤙🏼✌🏼
This sounds like an awful way to travel. What are you travelling for? What’s your purpose? Super weird advice. You should be mentioning to people that they can reach-out to genuine people in the country they wish to visit & take a leap, possibly reaching out to people with a similar hobby etc... then see if you can stay with them. That’s how you make long term new friends & explore countries.
for me and my 19-year-old cousin to go to Kailua Hawaii for 1 week. for a flight from Toronto, ONT to Kailua Hawaii & back it costs roughly $1,600 per person ( So me plus my cousin would cost $3,200) & I looked into Hotels and found that a 7-night stay in the cheapest hotel for 1 bedroom single bed it costs $ 869. so for a 1 week trip to Kailua Hawaii for my cousin and I, it would cost $4069.
If you are staying at your friends place most of the time (to work) and then spend the rest of the time on the beach, what kind of traveling hacking/ budget tip that is?I looked into Hawai earlier this year and as it is at the opposite site of the world I live in, if i go, I'd love to live it - travel across different islands, go for the hikes, also spend some time on the beach.I understood this trip is like a stopover for you, but title is a lot misleading. At least I have not learned anything about prices (esp. for accommodation and transportation) nor budgeting..
This is my experience on how I've been budgeting. I am sorry it wasn't helpful to you, but I did give some tips on how to get cheap accommodation, and free or cheap things to do. I mentioned that it would be ideal to rent a car to see the island and go for hikes, but I am not doing that as I have a friend here who has a car. I'm sorry if you didn't find this helpful!
Workaway is a good idea, hadn't thought of that; and I guess you'd meet lots of people that way that you can travel with. It sounds like once you've got accommodation and transport sorted, the other expenses aren't too bad. I'd love to go to the Big Island and hike around the volcanos there, or visit the telescopes. I had a look at inter-island flights and they were pretty reasonable too. It's freezing here in New Zealand, so I'm pretty jealous right now 😁
ah I bet its cold there! I was freezing my butt off in Sydney when I left. Definitely look into these tips and you can plan a super cheap trip to Hawaii! These tips plus travel hacking would make your trip maybe even cheaper than you'd live in NZ :)
The first time my husband and I went to Hawaii we were super broke, I made minimum wage, and what we did was search for cruise packages every single day and eventually we found one on Orbitz for super cheap. It was an inside guarantee cabin and with round trip air fare (it even was a direct flight nonstop service from Las Vegas to Honolulu) included we paid $1800.00! When you consider the meals were also included that was a great deal. So if you're okay with cruising (some people don't want to cruise) then I suggest searching the vacation sights daily or as often as you remember to.
yay you definitely should! Tbh I'm considering doing that myself haha it sounds great! My housemates in Oahu went there and they said that they went to one that was super vegan and they did yoga everyday! Sounds like paradise to me :)
+Vanessa Ferguson sorry, Michael is my partner :) he doesn't live in hawaii. And my friend who does live in hawaii doesn't live in that house any more, and no longer has a spare room. If you are interested in staying with locals, I'd recommend looking into Couchsurfing.com :) I've used it tons of times and it's a great site - I have loads of videos about it if you have questions :)
Amanda Round the Globe . Hi, Would your friend Michael like to accommodate me for a stay while I check out the living in Hawaii please? I am semi retired but live on a very tight budget & would love to try life out in Hawaii. Could you ask your friend Michael if I could email him & for his address (I mean email) in Hawaii please? Thanking you so much. Yours Vanessa in the UK. Cheers.👍🏿😇😋✖️🔘✖️🔘
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