To Get to Hawai’i:

Friday, May 23, 2008 13 No tags Permalink 0

Two hours from LGA to Atlanta.

Followed by a four-hour layover in Atlanta, the majority of the time spent wandering around the food courts in various terminals, where I…

…ate the worst Chinese food of my life at Mandarin Wok in Concourse B…

…and a tasty serving of Ben & Jerry’s Half-Baked in a sugar cone.

A nine-hour flight from Atlanta to Honolulu involving three movies and a stomachache coupled with minor dizziness, and a cough/cold/sore throat I’ve had the last few days.

But all that matters is…I’m back in Honolulu!

…and my mom made soup (with my grandma’s wontons) while I rested my okole on the couch watching the local Channel 3 news. It’s good to be back in Hawai’i :)

13 Comments
  • anonymous
    November 30, -0001

    Glad you’re in Hawaii for a trip. Can’t wait to see new Hawaii based posts!

  • K & S
    May 23, 2008

    yikes airport food, hope you are feeling better! excited to see your foodie adventures in Hawaii :)

  • anonymous
    May 23, 2008

    Oooh, I do love your Hawaii posts so am looking forward to what’s upcoming! Hope you have fun!

  • anonymous
    May 23, 2008

    Woo Hoo back on the Rock! I too am looking forward to you future posts on the local grinds.Alan from Makiki

  • Yvo
    May 23, 2008

    Ahh, hope you’re feeling better, must’ve been that nasty Chinese food. I can’t wait to see what you’ll post on Hawaii ;)

  • anonymous
    May 23, 2008

    so jealous!!! i’m not going home for three more weeks :( ok, make sure you eat at The Grill, and Hank’s Haute Dogs in Kaka’ako, and the new cafe in Nordstrom (I heard it’s not bad?) Ok, maybe these are all just places I want to go to…haha, sorry. enjoy home!!

  • SicklyBug & Cassaendra
    May 23, 2008

    Hi Kathie!I’m sure you were happy to get off the plane and walk outside, even though it smells like exhaust. We’re planning on going home some time in October. The Japanese food at the ap in Detroit was pretty decent when I flew through there a few years ago, but the shopping at Minneapolis-St Paul was awesome. I bought so much clothes at Radio Road, you’d think I’ve never seen a clothing store before. o.O The wonton soup looks so yummy!! Eat plenty! :P – Cassaendra

  • anonymous
    May 23, 2008

    I LOVE your Hawaii posts; can’t wait for more :D

  • anonymous
    May 23, 2008

    Welcome home Kathy! I can’t wait to read your Hawaii food posts.Aloha,Mae

  • Stephanie
    May 23, 2008

    I second Hank’s Haute Dogs and the cafe in Nordstrom…Anyways, I noticed you’re also a fellow buff-n-bluer! :) Looking forward to your posts!

  • Kat
    May 24, 2008

    Hi Kathy! Glad you’re back safe and sound in the islands. BTW, have you heard about Alliway jewelry? They have a store in Ward Warehouse. Well, next week Thursday between 4pm and 8pm, they are having a great event with free food and drinks and best of all DISCOUNTS on their jewelry! I’ll be there too selling my art on cards. Anyway, if you stop by, please say ‘hi’ :) I’ll probably recognize you from your blog (and from Robyn’s too)!

  • K.C.
    May 24, 2008

    My dream place is Hawaii. We are in Mississippi, so you can completely understand why my dream place is Hawaii. I love my home, and I would never want to move, but to see Hawaii… I imagine you wake up every day and see the beautiful waters and sunrises. I know that when I get there I will have a tough time being a tourist for the awe of the sunsets.. KC

  • anonymous
    October 11, 2008

    oh,that ice-cream looks goood!

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