An international Sunday potluck.
Ted's Bakery is a must stop here in Oahu. They are famous for this pie....
A famous shaved ice place. I got ice cream on the bottom, and beans in the middle of it with sweetened condensed milk on top! So good.
A BYUH basketball game!
If the team breaks 100 points, then everyone gets free ice cream!
Haliewa Eats....one of the best thai food places I have ever eaten at.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
We went snorkeling!
So here is a Hawaiian acai bowl....the blend up acai berry smoothie packet, banana, honey, blueberries, strawberries, and apple juice. Then they put that in a bowl, then put granola, honey, and sliced bananas on top. So good and really good for you too.
One of my favorite parts of Oahu.
So a group of six of us from BYUH woke up early and left Laie by 3:30am. So early! There were 28,000 participants in the race and all the $ went to charity. There were so many different types of people there, every race, every age. There were old grandparents, little kids, and I even saw a nun in her traditional nun outfit! She had her little number pinned to her stomach and everything! We had a ton of fun. I love racing!
I finished in 1 hour and 5 minutes! It was 8.12 miles.
David told the four girls in our car that whoever got the fastest time, he would buy us a frozen yogurt. So of course, my competitive side came out, and I got the free yogurt! The words "free" and "yogurt" go great together.
They had these liquid bubble things in different fruit flavors to put on top, and of course coconut and melon mochi.