By Lexus Yamashiro | Staff Writer

Word on the Street: If you could relive one day of your life, which day would you choose and why?

Alyson Thibault 
Age: 25
Hometown: Kailua
Major: Pre-Nursing

“Oh man, I was on a road trip recently in Australia [in March 2018] and we just had the best day ever. We woke up and we hiked a mountain and then we went to the beach … no, first, we saw kangaroos on the beach and then we hiked a mountain and then we swam with dolphins at the beach while having a barbeque. It was the best day ever! It was such a holiday, such a fun day.”

Adrian Domingo 
Age: 21
Hometown: ‘Ewa Beach
Major: Liberal Arts with a concentration in Business

“The day all my siblings just went around the island at night [in December 2018], which was kind of fun. We went to the North Shore, near the Koko Trail, and we also went to … drive around here also, Diamond Head, and ended up near Ala Moana to grab something to eat. We went from ‘Ewa Beach toward north then south.”

Samantha Monks 
Age: 23
Hometown: New Jersey
Major: Dietetics

“I got married in Yosemite National Park [in October 2017], so I would relive that weekend and maybe take an extra day to just hang out and hike … on my own, almost, like, me and my husband at that time. ‘Cause I feel like we just got through a lot of entertaining of people and we didn’t get to just go and explore.”

Mike Reummler
Age: 32
Hometown: Hau‘ula
Major: Emergency Medical Technician

“Probably the day I got married to my wife, Lauren, [on October 21, 2016]. It was just the most amazing day [laughs]. And it was just one of those days where you just wait for so long and then when it finally happens you’re just enjoying all of it, you’re taking everything in and celebrating it with your friends and family.”

Rosa Rodriguez 
Age: 18
Hometown: Honolulu
Major: Medical Laboratory Technician

“That’s a tough one. I would go back in time and … in second grade I puked in front of my whole class. I would, instead of asking permission to go to puke in the sink, I would just go run over to the sink instead of asking permission.”