We took a drive along the beach, passed by Waikiki but as it was so crowded, didn't stop to take pictures. This is wind-surfing at the Kahala Beach Lookout.
See the layers of rock ..... it's the work of erosion from the sea over a very long period of time and also due to weather conditions.
These are pictures taken from the Halona Blowhole Lookout.
A close up of this rock out-crop in the ocean. Don't you think it looks like a Humpback Whale?
Makapuu Lookout - Visitors have placed pebbles on top of the bigger rocks, for what reason, I really have no idea.
Waimanalo Beach ...... the most expensive coconut drink that I've ever taken in my life! A whopping US$5 for this tiny coconut. The coconut was old and I found that the juice had a fermented taste.
More Japanese food ..... Dinner at Gyotaku @ Pearl City
See the pictures of fish on the wall .....Gyotaku ~ 'Gyo' means fish and 'taku' means rubbing. So, fish-rubbing is a traditional Japanese art that is captured on a piece of shoji paper. Do view the video that I've uploaded at the end of the post.
Rainbow roll .... California roll topped with assorted sashimi, sesame and avocado.
Dragon roll ... California roll topped with broiled eel, sesame and unagi sauce.
Gyotaku combination combo - teriyaki beef, misoyaki butterfish and tempura, served with rice, pickles, salad and miso soup.
their signature desset ... Okinawan sweet potato pie. All of us like this, not too sweet with creamy coconut topping.
Well, folks, hope you're not bored with reading all these posts of my holiday and I do hope that you've enjoyed this tour of Hawaii with me as your tour guide! 'Mahalo'~Thank you and Enjoy your Day!