Most of Friday as spent at Kaneohe Sandbar – the largest sandbar in the world! If you don’t have your own private boat at the He’eia Pier, then Captain Bob‘s is the best way to get there! It was my second time going to the sandbar as I had recently been there in October, but it has easily become one of my favorite activities in Hawaii. You get to visit the sandbar (think standing in the middle of the ocean), go snorkeling, play volleyball, eat good food, and get a tour of some of the sights around the island. The staff is super friendly and I’ve had a fabulous time both times! One of the crew members even brought his ukelele on board and sang some tunes while we ate!
Since it was the last Friday of the month, Eat the Street was open. Super crowded, but the food was delicious! Soul Patrol may be one of my favorite trucks there because I love fusion foods. I had the fried chicken jambalaya and my boyfriend was able to snag the last order of crab mac and cheese. HUGE servings, but oh so delicious!
Also managed to snag some great lilikoi and blackberry lavendar lemonade from Wow Wow Lemonade (probably the longest line there, but I was able to beat it!)
We even grabbed some macarons from Cake Works.
Our last full day we spent at some of my favorite places in Kailua. First we went chocolate tasting while we waited for our table at Cinnamon’s. We had the kalua pork eggs benedict, the crab eggs benedict, and guava chiffon pancakes (a MUST EAT).
And then visited my favorite beach.
And then for dinner had really awesome Japanese food at Mr. Ojisan. I had my first deep fried soft shell crab and it was AMAZING.
And then we ended the perfect vacation eating Ono Pops.
And that’s that! Hawaii Part 5 has come to a close. I plan to FINALLY be caught up with my blog by the end of the week and hopefully plan my next trip to Hawaii by the end of next quarter.