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Comment from: BV [Visitor]
I sometimes wonder if you write these things to provoke a reaction, or to inform? This one is definitely SO far off the mark that you MUST have been writing tongue in cheek. If you're still on Oahu - go to Nick's Fishmarket on Kalakaua Ave and order the Opakapaka, or to David Paul's at the Colony Surf (down at the Diamondhead end of Kalakaua) for eith wahoo or mahi. *sigh* I really do miss the place!
2007-12-06 @ 14:35
Comment from: NK [Visitor] Email
Someone please help Mr. Baldwin get a clue. Are you mistaking the food on the plane over here with the fantastic restaurants found all over Hawaii? The first clue you were going to have some trouble was the fact that you sourced a guide book. Any savvy traveler knows the best way to find the real gems in any destination is to ask the locals. Especially the folks in Hawaii where they will always steer you in the right direction. How could you not have gone to places like Alan Wong's, Roy's, Sansei, Pacific 'O, I'o, and Mama's Fish House on Maui. Check out Oahu and you've got even more wonderful places to choose from...Chef Mavro, Town, Downtown, and all of the eateries in Chinatown. I strongly suggest you use the following resource the next time or just ask a local.

2007-12-06 @ 21:00

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