Doing a Food Eating Tour of Honolulu, Hawaii. Craving some local food after having been away for 3 years! Here's everything I ate: Hawaiian Food (Pork Lau Lau, Chicken Long Rice), Papaya Acai Bowl, Tsukemen Ramen, Modo Matcha Donuts, Poke Bowl, Liquid Nitrogen Cereal, and MW Restaurant. CORGI T-SHIRTS & Hats: http://www.corgionfleek.com *FREE Domestic Shipping MY WEBSITE = http://www.lifeaftercollege.com/ FACEBOOK = http://www.facebook.com/VlogAfterCollege TWITTER = https://twitter.com/ryenlung INSTAGRAM = http://instagram.com/vlogaftercollege CORGI PUPPY = https://www.youtube.com/user/GreatGatsbyCorgi GATSBY'S INSTAGRAM = https://www.instagram.com/corgionfleek/ Send Us Mail: VlogAfterCollege P.O. Box 111124 Campbell, CA 95011-1124 - Flying to Hawaii (saying bye to my Corgi) - Highway Inn Hawaiian Food: Pork Laulau, Mac Salad, Okinawan Sweet Potato, Haupia, and Chicken Long Rice - Back home in my childhood room - My 109 Year Old Great Grandma - Banan Acai Bowl in Papaya - Surfing Beach in Diamond Head - Ala Moana Magic Island Beach Park - Corsola Pokemon Go in Hawaii - Waikiki Yokocho and Japanese Ramen Road - Eating Tsukemen Ramen - Checking out International Market Place in Waikiki - Mitsuwa and Modo Japanese Rice Donuts - Checking out Lucky Strike in Hawaii with my College Friends - What is Gatsby Up to? - Da Hawaiian Poke Bowl Co. - Checking out the new Ewa Wing in Ala Moana - Shirokiya Japanese Village Food Court - Cereal Liquid Nitrogen Snack - Playing the Guitar - High School Class Reunion - MW Restaurant Mochi Encrusted Fish over Somen Noodles - Flying back to California - Surprising My Dog (Reunion)
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