This is a highly-touted and very expensive (tickets for admission, dinner and a show are $127.50 per adult) attraction but I felt like I walked into an expensive money vacuum cleaner were people in fake costumes held together with Velcro tried to get my last dime. On a hot day, they sold water for $3 a bottle. They stopped the nightly show to sell ice cream into the crowd. You even had to walk through a marketplace to get to and from the show. The first half of the show was a bad opera that almost put us to sleep. If they hadn't brought in the fire dancers, we would have nodded off. This was Polynesian culture through the eyes of Mormon missionaries. It almost felt like a "People Zoo" with exhibits to show how they lived before they were converted from their pagan ways.
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