Because everyone apparently cares more about Pam – does she need a blog or what?! – and asked how she did in the race, she came in 2nd in her age division and ran a 3:34:19. She was also the 6th woman overall! Go girl!
Two nights ago we went out to dinner at Kobe Japanese Steakhouse in Lahaina. Ashley was craving sushi and it was one of those times where you go online and check places out and then it’s either gone out of business or looks like they get shipments of fish every 4 weeks… not so fresh.
So after a couple strikeouts and seeing restaurants that probably shouldn’t be legally allowed to sell raw anything, we ended up at Kobe where the sushi was the best part of the meal.
We each shared a hibachi meal with our husbands and then got a couple sushi rolls. Jeffrey and I said our rainbow roll was one of the best foods we’ve eaten on this trip.
Our guy was pretty funny; I should probably have written down all his jokes to steal them.
At our table we sat next to an Indian couple from New Orleans who were on their honeymoon; they told us they had an arranged marriage which I’m assuming is customary in their culture.
Seems strange, of course, to us, but I’ve heard that arranged marriages have a lower divorce rate than we do in the US. Anyone heard of that? Why do you think that is? Simply because they’re determined to make it work and divorce isn’t an option?
Anyways, back to more important issues, like my hair. I hadn’t washed it for days here. I curled it a few times and just didn’t feel like washing it so it grew bigger and bigger which you can see here:
Ashley was so disgusted by my highlighted nest that she threw up in her mouth and then took a picture of the back:
Ok, so it’s starting to dread itself. You say that like that’s a bad thing?! I now look like half of the island.
Last night we went out for our last dinner in Hawaii. Most of our friends went to a luau but it was sold out by the time I called for tickets… no go for us. They obviously weren’t at the race and didn’t see who SkinnyRunner was.
The sunset was gorgeous as is the law here in Hawaii. It has to be.
We walked over to Whaler’s Village and had dinner at the Hula Grill with our friends Erika and Derek.
The great thing about both hotels we stayed at is everything is so walkable and there’s a lot of activity all around. We went to Kona in February and noticed that it’s much more quiet and secluded there. Because we like to go out until 9pm when I fall asleep, Jay and I both really enjoyed kinda being in the center of everything. Plus, we could get our pervy people watching on.
Jeeb went golfing again yesterday and ended up with a case of Lobster Face. It’s ok though because I ended up with a case of Hidden Eyes:
Time to pack, sad.