My cousin and I had planned to take our Grandma riding, but she wasn't feeling up to it so we decided to go ourselves.
We picked up some lunch at Tanioka's and headed out to the lagoons at Ko'Olina, out on the West side of Oahu.
Parking is free at the lagoons and hard to come by, but the stalls do open up every so often if you are patient or in our case, lucky.
For lunch, my cousin picked up their bento packed with teri-beef, mochiko chicken, a fish patty and many other delicious goodies.
I picked up the mochiko chicken musubi (I think this may be my fav) and this fukujinzuke musubi.
Fukujinzuke are the sweet pickles that they serve with curry in Japan. So this was a sweet/salty riceball...yum!
We also picked up their sweet potato haupia dessert to try.
I enjoyed their flaky macadamia nut crust and firm haupia.
It was a nice day. Not too windy, not too many evil birds out to get our food, not too many flies to bother us....but just right.