Then, turning 180 degrees, my view in the Ewa direction towards Kakaako:
I walked by Hilton Hawaiian Village, and, here, rested a while:
Then through Ala Moana Beach Park along the canal, where I noticed a dozen baobab trees, this one with Ala Moana Shopping Center in the background;
A picturesque scene along the canal:
There are a few units still for sale, but the price ranges from $4 million to $10 million. Location! Location! Location!
Then, a lagoon at the west end where I went Samoan crabbing:
Skye Manuel, not me, and this is his Hawaii record of 7 pounds 7 ounces. Turning around, the new Waiea, into which Nobu's recently re-located. Still a few units open, from $2 million to $35 million:
We used long bamboo poles with a line, small lead and 1/4-inch hook on which was squeezed a small amount of bread. Satori, about a foot long, and at most weighing three-quarters of a pound, was a good-eating fish.