Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
The last couple of trips out there, we've spent time on Molokai'i, which we really like. No crowds, and the locals are pretty resistant to development.
Molokai'i has a well deserved reputation for being laid back and country for good reason. There isn't enough tourism there to really be able to make a living at your artwork there. You may not be aware, but famed National Geographic photographer Dewitt Jones lives on Molokai'i. I may go to Molokai'i this winter, not sure; inter-island travel isn't as "local" friendly as it used to be. I was recently quoted $150 (Aloha) and $250 (Hawaiian) to fly from Honolulu to Kauai (a 20 minute flight). Molokai'i is even harder to get to now.