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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 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 »