The Bus to look around those neighborhoods located on the other side of the Koolaus. I should note that the X for Lanikai should have been placed at the top of the second "i". Also, I live at the left side of this map, just below that number 61, which is Pali Highway. No one, absolute no one, knows that Pali Highway is Highway Route 61.
CNN reported that:
1. Lanikai Beach, Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii.
2. Kaanapali Beach, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii
3. Siesta Key Public Beach, Siesta Key, Florida
4. Hanalei Beach, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
5. Waianapanapa State Park, Hana, Maui, Hawaii
6. Wailea Beach, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
7. Huntington Beach State Park, Beaufort, South Carolina.
8. Maniniowali Beach (Kua Bay), Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
9. Saint Pete Beach, Saint Pete Beach, Florida
10. Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
The problem with Kailua, according to the residents, is that there are too many tourists, especially from Japan. Frankly, I did not see anything close to what is supposedly "good" for Waikiki. For one, it's hard to get to the Windward side. A regular taxi will cost around $100, with tip. But there are uberX ($30-49) and uberXL ($54-71). The Bus? Free for me. I guess still only $2.50 for others. The #56 bus takes you directly to and from Waikiki through downtown Honolulu,
There are two ocean storms brewing, but neither is expected to do much damage, if any at all. In the East Pacific, Kenneth will become a Category 2 hurricane, but eventually move into colder waters and dissipate before bothering Hawaii:
Here are various computer models, though, showing a wide range of paths and strengths:
Hato in the West Pacific will become a typhoon, moving between Taiwan and the Philippines, and seems headed for the general Guangzhou (formerly known as Canton--and Chinese food from Guangzhou is still referred to as Cantonese cuisine) direction: