It's split into three sections - food, nature (flowers and swimming and such), and shopping.
My shopping list is pretty pitiful and consists only of craft stores and used bookstores. >.>"
Anyway, I figure this would be a pretty lame post without some pictures, so here's to food shots! Haha! You can find all these places (and more!) on my map.
Masago Ahi Poke with a hint of wasabi - delicious! (from Alicia's Market)
Poi doughnut from Kamehameha Bakery - purpley goodness!
How about an onigiri? This one is salmon and ikura (roe)...mother and child >.>"!
From Musubi Cafe Iyasume, which has a big variety of musubi and onigiri.
How about Penga-bro's favorite brunch place - Cinnamons? I may have inhaled this kalua pork eggs benedict!
Err. My arteries! Let's get healthy again with this tuna salad from Aloha Salads.
Okay, maybe it's not that unique. I do eat salad like, practically everyday here in California :P Let's go back to unhealthy.
Yes, that'd be a shrimp po' boy from Dat Cajun Guy, a food truck. Yummo.
More dessert? How about this cutie from a bakery in the Shirokiya?
It may be super cute, but it didn't stop me from eating it. :P
Or how about something with a cute name? The snow puffy from Paalaa Kai bakery! Light and fluffy and full of custard!
But you really can't go until you've had the shave ice from Ice Gardens. Yes, that'd be FLAN ON MY ICE.
And to think I wasn't a big shave ice fan before :P This is on a whole 'nother level! (No seriously, it's hard to find, go upstairs :P)
If flan isn't your thing, there might be a few other options for you :P
Lastly, you can't eat him, but if you get a smoothie from Waialua Bakery, you just might see him or his buddies hanging outside the shop railings looking for crumbs :P
Ah, now I'm hungry.
What's your favorite Oahu eateries so I can add them to my map next time? :)