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Just moved to Holualoa
We have just arrived in Holualoa a week ago, and have a week left of quarantine! 1700ft, and colder than I expected. ;D
Mahalo for any advice you can provide.
1: Are there any local rental agencies with older cars for better rates for our 2-7 days between end of quarantine and when our own car arrives in Hilo?
2: Is it really as hard as we've heard to get a P.O. Box? On waiting list in Holualoa, Kailua seems to have them, but won't give us a box number without 2 forms of ID. Do they need to be Hawaiian IDs? Will they also require proof of lease and/or a bill? We have lease agreement, but all utilites and internet are included, and our address is not mailable (google says "a'ole!")
3: Are there gecko live traps? We're worried about our popoki catching and eating a mo'o - they can carry a fluke that destroys the liver.
Anything else we need to know?
Been planning our trip for 8 years, visited many times, drove half-way across the mainland with 2 cats, 2 flights, quarantine, but finally here to stay! :D
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