Oh wow, where to begin? I'm going to start at the beginning before we were even picked up, the owner/operator Victor reached out to us the day before to verify our hotel and give us our pickup window of 9 - 9:15a. He came to pick us up right on time in a spacious and very clean air-conditioned van, and verified we understood this was a walking tour with many stops, and once we gave our verification he scooped us up, and off we went! We made two more quick stops to pick up the rest of our tour mates for a total of 6 adults of varying ages and headed north. Along the way Victor regaled us with the history of Hawaii and its peoples and how it came to be the island we see today. When we drove by a landmark he wove it gracefully into his story which made the whole drive part of an experience. And then the eating began! Oh the food, the glorious delicious food, some of which will look familiar (like bao), but that's not going to prepare you for the next level preparation of the skilled artisan aunties. Crazy delicious! And SO much of it!! I have no idea how long it took Victor to pick and choose the very best of the vast array of options available, but that is also part of the experience this tour provides. I will add a caution as a disabled person, I noticed there is not a lot of dawdling. There is a LOT to see and taste, so Victor keeps a brisk pace and ultimately I had to stop and let the tour go on without me, but Victor still took care of me like a favored auntie and even though I didn't get to see all the vendors, he made sure I didn't miss a bite by bringing me back a bag to take home. I highly recommend this tour to anybody that likes good food, and has a sense of adventure.