I was skeptical of investing in a luau but was glad we did as I'm not sure when the chance will arise again. Was a bit bummed that the show was moved indoors due to rain threat but although the stage is now oriented 180 opp. the sunset, the clouds broke, the show was in transition and we (and the 130 or so others) caught a great sunset on the terrace. The host led us to the Imu (Hawaiian earth oven) to unveil the pig. Food was good and I can say I've now eaten poi. Been there, done that. Buffet style allowed all to be efficiently fed and the quality was good. Entertainment was what you'd expect but the highlight had to be the fire twirler which WAS held nearby but outside. This guy was thrilling to watch!
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