That's is oatmeal with nuts to the left. I took a close look at the beach because my plan was to go for a short dip, or, rather, wade, because I don't like to get water in my ears:
Wait a minute, what is that sign saying?
Jellyfish!!! So why are there more than a hundred surfers out there and people in the water? I don't want to bring my camera to the beach, so here is a selfie of my swimming trunks:
If I show any more, I'll lose my readership.
My final lunch in Waikiki is always in my room with a view of Waikiki Beach. I walked a couple of blocks to Marukame Udon on Kuhio, stood in line for a short while, ordered their meat-egg noodle bowl plus an onion bomb--the greasiest and tastiest onion tempura you can imagine. Then to ABC Store (there are 37 of them in a one-mile radius of Waikiki) I got a Kirin beer and Sho Chiku Bai sake. On my lanai:
Typhoon Megi is at 105 MPH and will make landfall around the middle of Taiwan tomorrow: