Ray and Molly's tea ceremony at Nohea Point filled the morning, as the newlyweds paid their respects to the family elders.
Alicia was perhaps the lucky one: she got to sleep in! Breakfast was at Island Lava Java, where Annie had previously spoken highly of the coconut latte and Bill loved his dinner, so we had the french toast and the eggs benedict. Sadly we discovered the cinnamon pull-aparts too late to eat one...
Arriving in Honolulu, we found to our surprise that Enterprise has a large fleet of hybrid vehicles, and they had a 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid available. Sweet! We then found that Honolulu has traffic on par with Los Angeles and ended up driving at a crawl to the Moana Surfrider by Westin. Sophia and her family? Yeah. Their hotel shuttle bus beat us to Waikiki. Doh. Traffic sucks.
Figured out where to park for free (or at least non-outrageous rates), then met up with Sophia and exploring Waikiki. It ranges from ordinary shopping to ridicuously high-end shopping, almost close to Rodeo Drive in luxury, except it's on the beach. Wandered all the way south into Kapiolani State Park, failed at finding shaved ice, but we did find dinner at Diamond Head Market, where the char shu (roast pork) was unusual and delicious, the teriyaki beef was nom, and the ahi burger was devoured so quickly I almost didn't get a picture of it!
Headed back to the Moana Surfrider to eat some of the fruit we'd picked up in Kailua Kona (mmm dragonfruit and strawberry papaya!), explore the hotel, and then wander a bit more after dropping off our stuff.