We didn’t expect for our last meal in Hawaii to be at a sports bar with new york deli style sandwiches and cocktails but it ended up being one of the best meals we had (suprisingly).
We had ONE dinner reservation during our stay in Hawaii and that was at Alan Wong’s. There was no real reason but to just enjoy the final days of our vacation.
Before every long day a good breakfast is in order. After picking up our rental car from Budget Honululu we set out on our adventure. First thing is first though….. learn how to drive on American roads with this beast. You see, in America not only are you driving on the opposite side of the road, but you’re also in the opposite side of the car! Luckily the boy had it down pat and we we’re happy drivers in no time :)
I may have had a whole list of places to eat in Hawaii but because we were so relax and chill, it didn’t bother me if we went to all or none of the restaurants. A mid morning walk around Waikiki sees us coincidentaly walking passed Eggs ‘n Things, a place Maria had highly recommended.
Everyone has their own take on what a holiday should be. I love getting caught up in the ‘norm’ of each place that I visit. I love doing touristy things, but at the same time I want to do what locals do. I’m not a difficult traveler but I am one of those people who need an itinerary, or at least a rough sketch with room for movement. In my upcoming Hawaii posts you’ll find it’s not just about the food, but some activities too :)
Alohaaaaaaa! Hawaii is the last pit stop of my USA trip. It’s only a quick 3.5 day stay in Waikiki, O’ahu but it felt like we covered lots of ground whilst still missing out on so much. As we were out and about majority of the time, we opted for lots of quick snacks to keep us going. Well, more like I made the stops because I just wanted to eat all the shave ice I could haha.