Adventuring in Waikiki

Without tourism, Waikiki can be enjoyed by locals

Patrick wears Locals with his daily outfit. He sold everything and wears the same thing so he doesn’t have to think about what he wears ( v techy).

Kamea Hadar

We parked at the Royal Hawaiian Center, which is currently offering three hours of parking with validation. A few of the stores and eateries are open but many remain closed during this time. This is a nice outdoor mall that ultimates extends into the shopping of broader Waikiki.

Island Vintage Coffee is still open, although not as busy as it usually is. They still have a host of items for sale there as well. I got a frozen matcha latte 🍵 with whipped cream.

Now Playing: Alex Globerson’s COVID-19

Ain’t got no home @17:00

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