Typically, Missed Approach Procedures end with a hold at the Missed Approach Fix. This is written in the textual procedures as something like "direct ABC VOR and hold." The graphical section also depicts the Missed Approach Fix, and the holding pattern relative to that fix, including the inbound course, inbound radial, and outbound course.
However, the ILS 20R approach at John Wayne Airport (KSNA) has only a fix as the last element of the Missed Approach Procedures. The textual procedures say:
Climb to 3000 on I-SNA LOC south course (196°) to MINOE INT/I-SNA 10.9 DME
The graphical representation of the Missed Approach Fix only shows the radials and DME used to identify the fix. It does not have a depicted holding pattern.
What should a pilot do upon reaching MINOE, in absence of other ATC instructions?