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Well I think it’s about time I share my thoughts, seeing as to how I am constantly asked (which by the way I don’t mind) .I must warn you though some of my thoughts are not pretty, and that everyone’s opinion is different.I do not want to ruin the thoughts of what their home will be like , so I usually give them what I like to call a “PR” answer.This is one of those cliche answers that doesn’t really answer the question , but tries to package nicely.Being that I was afraid of flying, it was a miracle that anyone got me to fly over a body of water for over 8 hrs.We proceeded to the military liaison desk got signed in and hopped in the government shuttle which was to transport us here to Schofield Inn on Schofield Barracks.Like any newbies to Hawaii, the next day we awakened, picked up our rental car and set out to explore the island.I had heard prior to arriving here that we shouldn’t try to visit all the attractions at once because you will run out of things to do , let’s just say that is true to a certain extent (more on that later).
It was PM at night when we arrived and I was so exhausted I couldn’t focus or see well enough to see what it looked like outside the shuttle windows.
We arrived here on Schofield checked into lodging and the adventure began.
I get asked the million dollar question frequently ” So what’s it like to live in Hawaii”? ” is what I ponder in my head awkwardly as I debate whether or not to give them the vacation version or the real deal.
My persona of being “Army Wife 101” makes it hard for me to tell PCSing spouses moving here, that my personal opinion of Hawaii is that it sucks living here for an extended period of time.
Just because I hate it here does not mean you won’t love it.
With that I bring you Hawaii…One Army Wife’s Thoughts: I arrived here in March of 2009 (insert the Hawaiian music here) and as I stepped off the plane and entered into the breezeway in Honolulu International Airport, I took in the scent of the Hawaiian air.