After my second Saturday visit to the Kaka’ako Farmers’ Market, I explored the gentrifying industrial neighborhood again. I’ve documented my first walk through Kaka’ako over multiple posts.
Without my wife, I did a far more ambitious expedition. I considered the hypothetical, would this be a great place to live someday? This urban construct would be a departure from my suburban life in Austin.
Walking through a mid-rise condo development, I happened on this group. They were celebrating the opening of a new Cornerstone Chiropractic office. One of three in the Honolulu area. I chatted for a while, well disguised as a local. They were surprised that I was, in fact, from Texas visiting as a tourist.
I asked for a group portrait. As I was leaving, they gave me a delectable mochi dessert from Arvo. The purple squishy squares looked a bit odd. But as my wife and I later found, incredibly delicious.
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