What a fun week it has been and now it’s the last day in Hawaii for us.
As usual, the kids were up early to have one last dip in the ocean before washing up and packing all our things.
Until next time!!!
Peanut made sure to have his Southwest airplane in hand when we took off.
We had dinner with Auntie Yoon, Uncle Kurt, and Trevor tonight. The kids had a front row to the giant volcano fire.
What a fun evening!
What a beautiful morning we had today!
The kids loved stand-up paddleboarding so much the other day that they convinced Dada to rent one again today.
They went out pretty far today but didn’t see any turtles this time.
Janie also got to try it herself and took a little passenger with her.
The rest of the day was spent at the beach playing and swimming.
Today, it was Janie that woke up before the rest of the family. So we spent it on the lanai having Spam Musubi and watched the sun come up.
Today was a rest day from the sun. It was also Toni and Thomas’ last day in Hawaii.
On our walk to the food court, we saw a Mama duck and her ducklings going for a walk too.
The kids love going up and down this escalator at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.
At the food court, we got a special treat at Kokoro Cafe. It’s called a Shaka-Boom: waffle shaka filled with chocolate sauce and topped with Dole Whip and rainbow sprinkles. Yum!
We also spent the afternoon in our room. The kids had a fun time together.
For dinner, we went to another food court and got one last family photo together before Toni and Thomas left for the airport.
We got up early and rented a stand-up paddleboard right outside our hotel. They were so excited to see a sea turtle swim by while they were out there!
The kids took a little break from the sun this afternoon and hung out on the lanai watching Peppa Pig and eating pineapple gummy bears. These are two lucky kids.
We had breakfast at Eggs n Things today. So happy it’s open for business!
Peanut got a strawberry waffle. Look how big that is!
Janie got chocolate chip pancakes. Yum!
We all went out for a traditional Japanese dinner this evening. The kids came prepared with things to keep them busy while we waited for the food.
This is one of the places Mama and Dada used to go all the time before the kids were born. Happy to see they are still in business through the pandemic.
This is the nighttime view from our lanai. So pretty!