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Just got married and im moving to hawaii for one month only. My husband is a marine?

and he will be working, meanwhile this is my first time going and i was wondering people in my similar position or just anybody, what do you do to entertain yourself in hawaii? I dont know anybody and i dont want to be stuck in the house all day by myself. I thought about getting a job, joining a class or something but i dont know where to begin from or where to look. Any suggestions?

Asked By: sweet1_2luv - 2/6/2010
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I am living with my husband in HI on Oahu and like it here a lot. I would take full advantage of this opportunity you are given. There are many beaches to go to, hikes to hike and cultures to experience. I would suggest doing the Manoa Falls hike and definitely Diamond Head. Learn how to surf or take advantage of the... More
Answered By: fu taitai! - 2/6/2010
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Look at the gym on base... They usually have tons of classes to take during the day and check out the family center; there are non-athletic classes there too. My husband is a marine as well, but we're in Virginia. You're only there for a month, so if you get bored in the house, go window shopping, go eat something new... More
Answered By: the wife - 2/6/2010
 
I have only visited Hawaii but you definitely need to do some sight seeing. Often times you can do this for little or no cost.
Answered By: ♥The Mrs.♥ - 2/6/2010
 
I didn't know that you needed someone to be with you 24/7? Can't you just go out and explore the world around you? It's Hawaii after all....I'm sure you can find 'something' that you would like. Do you know how to surf? How about that?
Answered By: docgabriel - 2/6/2010
 
Oh wow.... this is an opportunity for you.... I love hawaii.... its beautiful and so laid back... More
Answered By: Queen Agnostic - 2/6/2010
 
First of all if he is a Marine then you will have no trouble filling your time (get your mind out of the gutter :-).....) The military base there has lots of resources for education both civilian and military. Remember that you are a new bride and if you are also new to the military then there may be some classes you... More
Answered By: pj76 - 2/6/2010
 
your get to know all the other thousands of marine wife's there, don't be scared, youll be fine, ooh rhaw,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Answered By: vj licker - 2/6/2010
 
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