After a stop at the Kualoa Ranch, we continued on around the north shore, heading towards Waimea Bay, hoping to spy some of Hawaii's famed turtles, we saw two huge beauties last year, but before we managed to find the spot, hunger struck. We'd heard about a number of shrimp trucks and shacks dotted along Oahu's north shore and when we saw Tita's, we actually thought it was 'The Shrimp Shack.' It's not the kind of place you'd want to take a date, in fact it looks really shacky, but the magic they work in that little kitchen of theirs is amazing. I guess there really is a Tita, well there was a pretty new hand-carved sign out front. Anyway the garlic shrimp (count twelve large) were absolutely delicious, served on a bed of rice and a side of macaroni salad. I could have done with just the shrimp on the rice, which had absorbed all the yummy garlicky juices . . . .gee I'm making myself hungry. . . and who cares if you eat on a picnic table right by the roadside . . .you gotta go.
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