Hawaiian Cultural Visual Essay
One bright early morning we headed to North Shore where we got to see a new part of Hawaii. It had different things to offer and we were excited to check it all out. Even in Honolulu we noticed some food trucks around and even though we heard only great things about them, the concept of the food being on the truck and served to us was still a little weird! When it came lunchtime, we, along with the rest of our group, decided to give the food trucks a try. The pricing was reasonable and came with a bunch of food and sides. Between the two of us, we had garlic shrimp, lots of rice, salad and coke. We were both very satisfied! Although they did not bring our food out at the same time, which happened at most places we ordered food yet, it was well worth the wait. This truck pictured above is the one we stopped at in North Shore and this particular company called “Blue Water Shrimp and Seafood Co.” has multiple trucks around Hawaii. We happened to be the only ones eating there at the time but I’m sure it gets plenty of business. We ate just behind the truck which was a covered area with tables. It was nice to be in the shade after a long day in the sun but we all noticed there were quite a bit of bugs annoying us. This was both of our first times eating from a food truck. We will occasionally see some in Michigan but usually only for events and they are usually not seafood. It seemed risky but we both agree is was a great addition to our time in North Shore. Julie took this picture on July 21st.
This next subject we both feel really strongly about. It’s both heartbreaking and unacceptable. The Palolo Library is the place where the students go to rent books and take them home. What the kids may not realize is how risky something as simple as that can be with the condition of these books and the library as a whole. Everything about the place needed help. The walls and ceiling needed cleaning. The shelves needed to be emptied,...
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