We started out Monday morning with breakfast at the Koko Café, one of the Hale Koa restaurants,
But in order to snag the senior price one is required to show one’s Medicare card to the bus driver. I found this kind of embarrassing, akin to a feeling of being forced to show to a stranger something indiscreet that should be disclosed only in the privacy of a doctor's office.
But what the heck, saved us a buck-fifty each per pop.
Our plan for the day was to visit the Bishop Museum, Hawaii's largest museum of the culture and natural history of Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.
To get to the museum we took the number 42 bus downtown then transferred to the number 2, which took us to the museum.
At our transfer point we took a rest stop at a McDonald's,
And once again, it was a mouthful of heaven on earth.
I dared not look at the calorie count posted on the menu board.
But then the Hale Koa is, after all an American Army post.