Hawaiian Beaches is a town in Hawaii with a population of 5,302. Hawaiian Beaches is in Hawaii County. Living in Hawaiian Beaches offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Hawaiian Beaches and residents tend to be liberal.
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My whole life I’ve lived in Hawaiian Beaches Hawai’i. When I was younger, my siblings and I would walk around the neighborhood and walk down to the park by the cliffs. We would have picnics together by ourselves (no adults) and no one had ever bothered us.
I've lived in Pahoa (Hawaiian Beaches is a part of Pahoa) since I was in pre-school, now I am a senior in high school. Pahoa has had its ups and downs many times throughout the years. We've had lava flows that endangered our lives, burning of restaurants and vehicle accidents. Our town wasn't really known much until the boy's basketball team made it to the championships and took home the win. From that point on our town started to get recognized and grow, now we've had numerous increase of buildings and we have a marketplace being built in the process. I've always loved our small little town because it made us feel like family. If I had the choice to movie somewhere else on the Island I'd say no because Pahoa is where my heart is.
With my experiences of beaches in Hawai'i I liked it a lot. You can never go wrong with going to the beach, everyday living on Hawai'i is a good day to go to the beach especially when it is hot. When you go into the water it makes you feel so fresh and cool its the best feeling. Beach days are fun days, you can go diving, take pretty pictures, see marine life, chill on the sand eating a poke bowl and so much more. If I could I would go to the beach everyday, bring good vibes and music.