I’ve arrived in Hawaii with my fellow Offender Anson to oversee the New Media camp for the Hawaii International Film Festival (come to our FREE panel/screening this Sunday, Oct. 20, at 1:30 PM, info here) and as regular readers of this blog know—when we travel, it’s really all about one thing—food. And if you’re staying in Waikiki as we are, then the first and most important stop is Marukame Udon.
I had my first taste of it when I attended last year’s fest and to say that I have been anxiously waiting one year to once again partake of its delicious deliciousness is, well, accurate.
So Anson and I met up with Henry Chan (who directed episodes of our YOMYOMF Network series KevJumba Takes All and whose feature 100 Days had its world premiere at the fest) and we walked the .9 miles to Marukame and neither that great distance or the long ass line that awaited deterred us.
Nope. We were going to get us some yummy bukkake udon and not be left with
jizz egg on our faces.
And yes, we were successful.
And all is right with the world.
Now time for a moonlight swim.
And a midnight jam session.
And off to bed. The New Media Camp awaits.