2. Have a mai tai at House Without a Key. If you go around sunset, you'll be able to hear some darling old men play music and see this lovely, traditional hula dancer.
3. Eat sushi at Morio's. It's Ruffage, a healthy food sandwich shop during the day, so call during the evening after they've switched over to sushi to make a reservation.
4. Take a walk on Waikiki. The surfers. The surfers!
5. Enjoy a giant shave ice on the North Shore. The flavor combos are endless, but I was partial to root beer, coconut and pineapple. Sounds weird! But it's delicious.
6. Make your new husband take you on a fancy date to Roy's. Don't miss the signature Chinese dumplings. Yum.
As you can see, we did a lot of eating and drinking (and napping!) on Oahu. It was our first stop. Slightly more ambitious itineraries to follow for Kauai and the Big Island!