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Hawai'i Visit # 4

I thought the more I visit Hawai'i, the less pictures I'd take... Well I was wrong, I think I took more pictures of food than all my previous visits combined!  Here's some of the pictures I took.  Its a lot of photos so prepare to drool:

Breakfast on Hawaiian Airlines
Love the sushi and musubis from 7-Eleven
In Waipahu
Seafood from Tanioka's
Poi from Tanioka's
Bento boxes from Times
Bronsen got this at the swap meet @ Aloha Stadium from a guy who had dreads.  I love this coconut/honey/peanut/macadamia nuts spread!!
Menu at the buffet at Polynesian Cultural Center
Beautiful structure
Painting of King Kamehameha

Located at Pearlridge Mall



If you ever go to North Shore area, go to a shrimp food truck like this one!

Dino waiting for food
Pulled pork brisket
Lau lau
Ahi poke
Dobash Cake from Napoleon's Bakery
Another late night at Zippy's


Napoleon's Bakery
Napple 
Treats we brought home!
If you want to check out photos from my third visit, click here.

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