So we started out early because we were up at 6 again. We tried to go out shopping, but everything was closed. I have definitely come to understand the term "Hawaii Time." Most shops open up around 9 or 10 or whenever the person opening get to work. Not a bad way to live life. But we were trying to shop for some Hawaiian shirts for Zach so we were out of luck.
We needed to get some souvenir coffee (I've mentioned the coffee). Dana told us we needed to go to Lava Java and try their frozen mochas. So we did. Expensive coffee by the bag, but grown locally and organically. Super delicious. And the frozen mochas. They were like a chocolate shake, mixed with coffee, and turned into a slurpee consistency. Super rich and sweet, but soooooo good. I'm drooling a bit right now remembering it.
So what else do we do when we are out shopping and nothing is open but the Foodland that is open 24 hours? That's right, go to Foodland. I figured since we were leaving the next day, we could stop and pick up souvenirs and any food we had tried that needed to go with us. We got some candy and some other things.
Then it was time for brunch at the Kihei Café with part of the wedding party. So much food. I had the fried rice. It had ham and bacon and eggs in it. With homemade hot sauce. So much food. I'm drooling again.
He is also super helpful when it comes to the steaming of shirts.