So, do you wear the shirts while you're there?
"More conservative ones. I don't like a lot of colors on clothing. My shirt shouldn't be louder than the music."

What about nightlife?
"I'm normally asleep by 9:30 or 10. I go to Hawaii to decompress. I was going to say decompose. Everyone seems to get into the same kind of relaxed head on the Big Island. I've seen people get off the plane looking upset and tired, and then you'll see them midweek at the movie theater or the pizza place or something, and it's a totally different person. There are only a few places in the world that can do that to you."

Any one memory of Hawaii that stands out the most?
"The first time I went scuba diving I spent about 30 minutes underwater at about 45 feet. It was amazing to do, swimming through some volcanic tubes at Tunnels Beach in Kauai. When we got out of the water, I was so proud of myself, because going under that deep is not something I thought I would ever do. The instructor took video of us, and he said, 'You didn't see the sharks, did you?' And I went, 'What? Where?' And he goes, 'Look, they're right behind you.' And there they were in the frame, following me. They were these reef sharks. They're not going to bother you, but they're there. And they're just sort of allowing you to be there."

How do you end a perfect island day?
"The best thing to do is go out on a boat. We rent a sailboat for a sunset cruise, have a glass of wine out on a calm sea, hopefully it's calm, and hover over all the fish I don't catch and watch the sunset. That's a perfect end to a Hawaiian day."