The morning of the departure day, started off healthy with a Hawaiian acai bowl. Bananas, strawberries, blueberries, acai, granola, and honey. Purchased at Tropical Tribe, an acai bowl specialty store located at Discovery Bay Center.
The owner came from Brazil, the birthplace of the acai plant, and became a popular shop that offered acai bowls of authentic quality. The food was yummy, just as they said it tasted better than in Brazil. Would be coming back repeatedly. The area used to be a bit quiet, but with the increase in visitors staying here, it became more and more lively. A new cafe was being prepared to open on the corner of the center, which was vacant for a long time.
The Ala Wai Boat Harbor, seen from Ilikai, also shined in the glowing afternoon waters of the Pacific Ocean. The Ala Wai Canal was a man-made canal completed in 1928 to remove water from the former marshy Waikiki area, and meant "waterway" in Hawaiian.
Under clear skies, there were fewer people playing in the lagoon today.
A sailboat ran in the strong afternoon sunshine
On the beach, there was a doggie playing, it seemed used to playing in the ocean. It went into the sea again and again by paddling well.
Diamond Head in the distance.
The sun shone strongly on the Hilton Port, creating a sun light path.
Hawaii was a tropical island with an everlasting summer, and the sunshine was as bright as midsummer in Japan all year round. Even in winter, the beaches were crowded and swimmable until nightfall.
Returned home and took time packing for the late night flight home.
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