Because this is a red eye, probably the smart thing to do would be to skip the meal service and get as much sleep as you can on the six and a half hour flight. That way, you could beat the jet lag and get back to a full day of activity when you land in Hawaii. Yes, that would have been the smart thing, but my 食い意地 (obsession with food?) got the best of me…
Business class light meal service after take off: somen with ginger and sauce, yakitori with pineapple. Coconut ice cream.
Breakfast before landing: French toast with blueberry sauce, fresh fruit, kalua pig omelet. Yum!
This concludes my Babymoon Tokyo 2012 Report. Thanks for bearing with me! I just wanted to record everything so it helps me remember what I did and how I felt on the trip. Hubby and I had a wonderful time and are so glad we had this time together.