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Adjusting to Island Time

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What do you call a trip that’s not quite a vacation, not entirely business, and lasts for a whole month? No, this isn’t a riddle, this is what I’m trying to figure out! I’ve made the leap over to Hawaii in hopes of weathering the worst of winter in a tropical paradise, and it’s wonderful, disorienting, dizzying, and exciting all at once. Never fear; regular posting will resume shortly, as soon as I adjust to island time.

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Author: Hannah Kaminsky

Author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, Vegan a la Mode, and Easy as Vegan Pie.

20 thoughts on “Adjusting to Island Time

  1. Wow!! Have a blast and don’t worry about us. We’ll still be here.

    janet

  2. Have an amazing time – bad maybe the point is that you don’t know what’s “supposed” to be happening? :)

  3. Sounds like a great deal to me! This is how I want to spend my future winters!

  4. Its called “Heaven” ma’am ;) Have a blast and can’t wait to see what intersting things you manage to find and share. I LOVE it when you go to Hawaii! (Bugger…the Beach Boys earworm “Hawaii” has just returned to my long suffering brain for the immediate future…”Hawaii…hawaii…gonna go to Hawaii…AARRRGGHGHH!” ;)

  5. Um… I call that amazing! Enjoy your time! Make sure to take lots of pics for those of us in colder weather :)

  6. Maybe you call it being a digital nomad, living and working wherever you want? Whatever you call it, I’m glad you are living it this month!

  7. These photos are VIBRANT! Enjoy this special month and your island time. xo

  8. looking forward to more amazing posts soon! warmly, danny

  9. Wow you are so lucky, don’t even worry! enjoy your psuedo-vacation!

  10. Wow, you waste no time getting into the thick of things! Gorgeous pictures!

  11. Hey Hannah! I spend a month in Hawaii this past summer (2013). Stayed on the Big Island and Oahu. Let me know if you need any Vegan recommendations!

  12. Have a great & fun relaxing time, my friend! Enjoy! xxx

  13. Here’s a quick list of places that I’ve tried:
    Oahu:
    **Simply Joy (Vietnamese & Italian)–kind of a crazy combo, but their food is pretty good. Get the Vegan Bun Bo Hue
    Peace Cafe-Get the Bi Bim Bop or the Avocado sandwich
    **DownBeat Diner-Open until 3 am in Chinatown
    YardHouse-Not all vegan, but they have Gardein products (wings) and other options
    **Down to Earth Market-Good hot and cold bar-Baked goods–get the Acai Bowl
    Kokua Market-Another organic market
    Waiola Shave Ice-get the red bean shave ice with coconut
    Diamond Head Cove Health Bar-Great Smoothies and sandwiches
    Can’t wait to read all about it!

    • Thank you so much, these are really great leads to investigate! I’ve already hit a few of your picks, but I see I have a lot more work (and more specifically, eating) to do… Can’t wait to check them out. :)

  14. Oooh, good for you Hannah! Long trips are absolutely the best! Enjoy and try not to work to hard!

  15. What a fantastic idea! We are currently experiencing sub-zero temperatures for the 3rd week in a row. I would love to be in Hawaii right now. Your photos are absolutely stunning!

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