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HONOLULU (Reuters) – There are plenty of people who live in the same room and share their bed but there is one person who is just as happy living with a friend in the back.

In the United States, it is the custom to share a bed with a close relative, such as a child or a grandparent, who is also in the household.

In Hawaii, however, the custom is not limited to a single household member, and there are now plans to expand the concept, offering a chance to move to a friend’s place or another part of the city, where they could stay longer.

“It’s an interesting thing.

It’s a lot of people that share the same house, so there are plenty,” said David Hana, a professor of sociology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

“If you want to go out to the beach, you can.

If you want a place to hang out and do something that is fun, there’s lots of opportunities there.”

Hana said he had been thinking about how to use his own apartment to live on his own for a while.

He recently moved into a new apartment with a cousin, a roommate from Hawaii, and two friends.

Hana’s new apartment is about 10 minutes from his old house, in a town called Oahu, about an hour north of Honolulu.

The move was made possible by the Hawaii Housing Authority, which was granted an exemption to the Housing Choice Voucher program, which helps low-income households pay for rental housing.

The Housing Authority said it will work with the Hawaii Department of Health and Human Services to set up the two-bedroom apartment.

Hilton said he is happy to live in a place that is “not far from me and my neighbors”.

“I feel like it is a great opportunity,” he said.

“I’ve never really had much choice but to stay here, because I don’t really have anywhere else to go.

And I’ve got so many friends.”

Hilton lives with his wife and three children in an apartment in the Waianae neighborhood of Honolulu, near the airport.

“I’m happy to have a home with a few other people who are all on the same page, who are in the city and want to do things,” he told Reuters in a phone interview.

The Hana family, who all work full-time and earn between $50,000 and $60,000 a year, live in an old apartment on a two-acre property.

They rent a two bedroom, two bath house for $500 a month, with a view to expanding to two bedrooms and two baths in the future.

When they moved to Hawaii from the United Kingdom, they were living in a similar two-room house in central London, which Hana said is a good place to raise children.

“The kids were playing in the backyard and all of the neighbours were talking about it and all the neighbours liked it,” he added.

While he appreciates the change in lifestyle, Hana was not surprised by the number of visitors to the place.

“We have a very small town here, and you see people come and visit from all over the world,” he explained.

“And the neighbours are quite relaxed.

They’re very open to it, and they love to be around us.”

Hinae Hana and her two children leave their house in Waiana, in Waikiki, to go to the Waikikīkī River, in Hawaii November 16, 2020.

REUTERS/Jonathan AlcornHana has no problem living with his roommates, but said he was not sure if his roommate could move in next door to him.

“When you live with someone, you know you can trust them, and if you need to leave, you don’t have to worry about that,” he noted.

Hinai Hana walks on the street in Waicu, in Honolulu, Hawaii, in this November 17, 2020 file photo.

Hani Hana works in a restaurant and has never been to Hawaii.

He moved to the United State to work as a commercial fisherman.

REUTERS/_Erik de CastroHana moved to New York from the Philippines as a teenager in order to pursue a bachelor’s degree in education.

The school where he studied is on the edge of Chinatown, where he lived before moving to Honolulu.

He said he feels a sense of pride in being able to move across the country, which he said is an opportunity to pursue his studies.

“This is a very big thing for me, and I want to make sure that my family knows how big it is,” he continued.

“So they can see it and understand that I’m doing something worthwhile.”

Hani-Hana Hana with his three children, all of whom are now living with him in Hawaii.

In the past, Hinai-Hama