Ala Moana Visit 124. Today I came in the evening time to finally turn in the “Diary of a Jollibee Kid 2” Diary that I had compiled just in time for Christmas and before I leave for a little trip to the Philippines. The sectional beezyness was about 30 percent and there was a small line. It’s been a while since I came over to the Ala Moana location. I have been really busy lately. I just ordered a chickenjoy meal with rice and a drink. I used my free drink coupon for it which they still accepted which was cool.
Waipahu Visit 198. Today I came in during mid morning time to get some breakfastjoy. The dine in beezyness was about 35 percent. There was hardly a line for Jollibee and non for Red Ribbon. I got a breakfastjoy Beef tenders. I think it was called beef tapa before or something like that. I saw good ‘ole Marvin and noticed that I still have the old school Jollibee menu in my wallet. He was shocked on how much the prices went up from 2 years ago, comparing the combo meals. The chickenjoy buckets went down though. They have some Christmas promotions going around for their meals. 6 piece chickenjoy bucket is $10.99. There’s a “Treat A,” which comes with a 6 piece chickenjoy bucket, 3 servings of rice, 3 pieces of peach mango pie, and 3 soft drinks for $19.99. There’s also a “Treat B,” which comes with a 6 piece chickenjoy bucket, 1 spaghetti family pack, 3 pieces of peach mango pie, and 3 soft drinks for $29.99. I would say that is some pretty good deals, if you do the calculations, you save at around 3 to 5 bucks per “Treat.” It’s been two years since Jollibee first arrived to Hawaii in Waipahu. It’s always good to reminisce about good memories.
Waipahu Visit 197. Today I came in during the late afternoon time. The dine in beezyness was about 45 percent. There was no line for Jollibee and Red Ribbon. I saw Ma’am Sandy who I haven’t seen for a while now so it was good seeing her. I made a call in order to pick up a spaghetti and chickenjoy cater pack for a Christmas party that I was having at my place for my crew.
Waipahu Visit 196. Today I came in during the late morning time to get some lunch but more like a late breakfast. I got a spam breakfastjoy. The dine in beezyness was about 40 percent. There was a small line for Jollibee and no line for Red Ribbon. After I made my order at Jollibee, I got a banana bread pack from Red Ribbon. One of the staff workers there always call me “Kid.” I guess it’s short for the “Jollibee Kid.” I told her my real name. We somewhat conversed in Tagalog. It was good because I need to practice some more. Taglish is the way to go. I will be going back home to the Philippines soon in late December for the new year. The first thing that I will definitely do of course is go to Jollibee.