Malls here are a bit different than what I was used to on the mainland. For one, they usually aren't isolated large buildings. They are usually several connected buildings with relatively little parking and many entrances and exits. Sometimes stores will have outside facing doors and sometimes they will have inside facing doors. So you can have a store, such as a grocery store, with an outside facing entrance that is technically part of the mall, but appears to exist on its own.
Neither of us were new to Whole Foods. I'd been several times in Atlanta and then again in Boston. It's got some good stuff, but only if your paycheck can support it. Whenever I went there, it was to buy only a few things. I couldn't afford to do all of my shopping at Whole Foods. Funny, that still holds true.
They have a decent selection of Hawaii-grown produce, which is cool. They also carry Seventh Generation products (but those are also at the store Down To Earth in Honolulu as well), which I bought frequently in Boston. Here it's a bit more expensive, but that's because it's hauled out here to this island.
We purchased a few things and decided to leave. On the way out, Karen saw Jorge Garcia coming in to the store. She wanted to covertly point him out without making a scene. She called him 'Hurley', his character's name on LOST. I didn't make the connection. I thought she was pointing a Hurley shirt or something. Eventually I got it and I saw him walking up and, like an idiot, I pointed at him and said, "oh yeah, that is Jorge Garcia."
He was on his phone and headed in to the store. We were headed out. If we had bumped in to him in the store, I probably would have said hi. Oh well.