4,752 Miles Away To Paradise! Part Two
The girls wanted to spend some time learning about the culture and they found that there’s a nice museum here which happens to have all sort of priceless passed thru the times generations to generations type of items in The Bishop Museum. Its original name is very Hawaiian, but I don’t remember cause is hard to write, but the woman married this Bishop guy and her last words were that she wanna keep the Polynesian culture. The museum is pretty awesomely kept and has lots of things to see. There’s one place that is called the Hawaiian Hall that is divided into three floors each containing different things and one of those floors really got us really peek with curiosity which happens to be about gods, legends and old Hawaii before it was on the map.
The girls decided to do a little sightseeing on the streets of Honolulu, and us guys were following them. The girls were trying out dress after dress, and we were completely exhausted when finally they settle for one that looked pretty awesome for the luau.
At night we went to Italian restaurant, Arancino, that had lots of nice reviews, so we went to see how good it was. What a treat, let me tell you! We got different plates, but Alejandra and I are seafood Italian lovers. We found this plate that has creamy garlic white whine sauce and fresh seafood, mussels, clams and sea urchin. Its to die for! (plus it said that it is very aphrodisiac, Alejandra and I laughed at this one!).
This first day was a total amazing experience. Plus you have to come here to appreciate the beauty. It is spectacular! Let me say this, pictures and postcards doesn’t tell half the amazing one in a lifetime look of Hawaii. The memories will live forever!