** We didn’t need any drinks to make us sleepy – but we had them anyway!
It was a very Hawaiian restaurant with a thatched roof, a mini waterfall, tiki torches, and a Hawaiian singer we made friends with by applauding him and then thanking him for NOT singing Tiny Bubbles.
With the last of our strength for the day, we headed to a nearby mall to have dinner at Keoki’s Paradise.
And a bedroom/bathroom.
It had a living/dining/kitchen area …
It was in a lovely little enclave of condos, all with separate entrances.