I have no idea why we got up sooo early on our last day, but we did. We were packed and ready to go that we had a bunch of time to kill before our flights. Our first stop of … Continue reading Hawaii – Day 5 // Heavenly, Ho’omaluhia Botanical Gardens
For our last full day in Hawaii, our moms had massages in the morning at our hotel, so Sheena and I went to the Royal Hawaiian, which is the pink hotel! We wanted to check it out and see all … Continue reading Hawaii – Day 4 // Ko Olina, Aulani
Friday we didn’t have much planned as the wedding was scheduled for later that day. We started off our morning at Ala Moana Mall to find some shoes. I had originally brought heels to wear with my floral jumpsuit for … Continue reading Hawaii – Day 3 // Ala Moana Mall and the Wedding
Of course we would be on California time. I ended up waking up at 4am. But that also meant that we were able to start the day early! After getting up and ready, we decided to grab breakfast away from … Continue reading Hawaii – Day 2 // Arvo, Dole Plantation, & North Shore
Two of my good friends got married in Hawaii last week and I was very fortunate to be invited and be able to celebrate this milestone in their life. Sheena and I decided to bring our moms to Hawaii with … Continue reading Hawaii – Day 1 // Travel Day.
The day started off gloomy. Of course, I couldn’t stay in bed past 7am. The other two were still sleeping, so I just went out to our balcony to watch the surfers surf, people claim their spots on the beach … Continue reading Hawaii: Day 6.
When we woke up in the morning, all of us were burnt. NO seriously, we were burnt to a crisp. My whole body was hurting. We decided, as our last full day in Hawaii, we were going to take it … Continue reading Hawaii: Day 5.
My nose was sunburned, but that didn’t stop us from going to Ko Olina! We headed towards Ko Olina, which is on the west coast on Oahu, but stopped by Honolulu Kitchen off Ferrington Hwy for some fried manapuas. It’s … Continue reading Hawaii: Day Four.
Our day was supposed to start at Hanauma Bay, but that wasn’t going to be the case because when we got there, the parking lot was full. So we headed down Highway 72 in search for the Lava Tube. However, … Continue reading Hawaii: Day Three.
Rise and shine, but first coffee. We decided to spend our first full day in Hawaii at the North Shore. We figured Friday would be less busy than the weekend, so we made the 45-minute trek to Haleiwa. Since our … Continue reading Hawaii: Day Two.