Tag Archives: Hawai’i (Big Island)

Hawaii – By the Numbers:

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   August 18, 2016   Comments Off on Hawaii – By the Numbers:

Hawaii, state fifty (holy moly, I actually made it…), by the numbers: Total miles: 32 (I didn’t have a car, but got to borrow one for part of a day on Oahu to go to the beach.) Total money gained: $300.14 (Bee farm family paid me after I finished my hours and a lady gave me $0.25 after I gave… Read more »

Hawaii – Days 43-64: Hawai’i (aka the Big Island) – A Private Beach, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, and Making Friends in the Ocean

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One day I restarted my computer because it was being slow but when it turned back on it wouldn’t let me log in. It got frozen on the login page. It wouldn’t let me type or click anywhere. Ahh! After trying fruitlessly for a few days to get it to work I finally accepted that I’d have to take it in. Lame…. Read more »

Hawaii – Days 36-42: Hawai’i (aka the Big Island) – Hitchhiking, the Best Worst Day, and Other Adventures

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In trying to decide what to do with my life after this 50 States in 50 Weeks road trip I contemplated a Montessori teaching training. But before I decided either way, I wanted to observe a Montessori classroom in action. I found two Montessori schools on the Big Island and made an appointment to observe a classroom at the one closest… Read more »

Hawaii – Days 17-35: Hawai’i (aka the Big Island) – Hiking Across Volcano Craters and Discovering a New Love of Snorkeling

brittanyannswanson@gmail.com   August 9, 2016   Comments Off on Hawaii – Days 17-35: Hawai’i (aka the Big Island) – Hiking Across Volcano Craters and Discovering a New Love of Snorkeling

I arrived on the Big Island of Hawaii on July 1st. I’d arranged to WWOOF (world wide opportunities on organic farms) with a bee farm for the entirety of my time on the island. The deal with WWOOFing is free food and shelter in exchange for a certain number of hours of work a week. The bee farm and I… Read more »