Everybody is chasing to make extra money nowadays. It seems that their current job does not pay them as much as they want. All those monthly bills like electricity, water, food, education, house rent, car loan and many more have force everyone to make extra money for themselves.
Hiking: hiking trails abound on Oahu. No charge or permits required for most trails. One exception is the Diamond Head Trail. Visitors who drive into the crater to hike the trail are charged $5 per car. Walk-ins pay $1. Again, the bus route passes right by this location as well as many Oahu trailheads. A good book to have on hand is Stuart Ball’s Hikers Guide to Oahu. Primo resource if you plan to do a lot of hiking.
Not to condemn the modern days, but it seems that if your salary is $2,000 per month, you just cannot survive happily. You just need to make more extra money. Your salary is just about enough to pay your bills but what about food, education for your children and their clothes.
Europcar, Avis Budget, Hertz, and Thrifty have offices at the airport that can immediately facilitate your car hire needs. There are three local players too and they are First renta de carros, Tempest, and Woodford. Refer to any one of them if ever you decide to book a car during your stay here. Taxi’s are located outside arrivals and all will have meters so no fear of being overcharged, please note it is standard practice do tip.
It is good for you to plan it earlier. Because you have to be ready to take a bad risk that probably happens to you. Actually, after you have arrived in airport, you will use rent car and start to continue your trips. It will be okay when you have to drive in the night. You do not have to wait for a long time to get transportation.
One of the keys to eating inexpensively in Honolulu is to steer clear of Waikiki restaurants. Count on inflated prices at most venues in “Waiks” which is what local young people call this tourist mecca.
Poor financial management is one of the leading reasons that makes people fall into debt. In order to accomplish your goal of saving money, you have to be committed to it. Decide now that you will live on your spend-able income and put the rest away. You’ll be surprised at the peace of mind you will feel when you start paying yourself.