A Quick Trip To Oahu Adds Zest To Life In Kona

Dated: 08/22/2014

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One of the things I love about living in Kona is that it is not crowded and over-populated.  Living here means that I don't have to deal with traffic jams, busy sidewalks, crime and all the other problems that come with living in a large city.  Being that the Big Island is so big, geographically, we are not building on top of each other, hence creating a small-town homey feeling.  This also means that Kona is very appealing for future real-estate investments with ample land and a year around perfect climate.
Occasionally, I get a little antsy and miss the perks of living in the city, such as going to big, exciting concerts, trying fabulous new restaurants, and of course, my favorite: shopping.  This past weekend, I had a client in town who was interested in buying real estate in Kona and on Oahu.  This allowed me the opportunity to stay at the posh "Trump Tower", eat at the trendy "Nobu" restaurant, and to spend way too much money on shoes at "Nordstrom's"
Overall, I had a fantastic, exciting weekend and came home to my quiet little home-town of Kailua-Kona.  I am truly blessed to live in Hawaii!!!

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