Day 2

I have the greatest kids in this whole wide world. We had the foodland supermarket poki the previous night. It is delicious and pricy. I thought Costco will be a one stop shop for fruits and poki and some indulgenous. However, after 45 minutes bus ride and 10 minutes walk under the sun. The price of poki is pricier, the mando were import from Mexico. They do have the Dale pineapples. We bought 3 pineapples, local mushroom, shrimp salad, some poki and papayas.

It is not a fruitful trip but my kids help me find the way here and carried the heavy pineapples. I am the luckiest mom in this world.

I made rice to go with poke, shrimp salad and microwaved mushroom. Papayas and pineapples after lunch.

We went to the beach after lunch. The sun is warm but not hot. They are ready to snorkeling and swimming in this beautiful ocean. Kimberly spotted a medium sized yellowish turtle, Kalvin saw the blue striped small fish. Alexander have fun just swim in the ocean. I was delighted to see them enjoy the ocean, the companies of brothers and sister. Hopefully, the short description will help my husband to see how we had the second day of the vacation.

After the ocean, they decided they wanted to go to the pool to relax. I dropped chips accidentally and attracted lots pigeons. They are not afraid of people here. They pick the chips from my hands. I know the rule of not feeding wild animals but it just happened.

our dinner stroll lead to the discovery of huge change since last time we visit Oahu. Tons of new shops, eatery, cafe and high end boutiques. The night life are even more vivid with the outdoor concert, street performer, fancy coffee shops and hips cafe. There is a farmer market in the kings street. We sampled Hawaiian topical, donuts. We end up go back to the udon place for dinner.

We strolled down the Kalakaua ave, turning into every interesting corner and avenues. Lots of new shops and crowded with tourist. The atmosphere is energizing. Continue later.

 

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