Honolulu is world famous for destination weddings and honeymoons. Our Island community is unique; our dating scene is no different.Oahu singles take a casual approach to dating compared to our Mainland counterparts.Some divorcees don’t want to walk down the aisle again, yet they don’t want to be alone. It’s not uncommon for Joseph Flores* to work 12-hour days, six days a week.The 45-year-old is a corporate attorney and has been practicing law for 19 years. Meaning, his partner would have to be OK with his hectic days, that he’ll probably bring his work home, and maybe miss a dinner or two.
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