Wow, wow and wow!!!!!!! What a meal! Not only a meal, but also a show by an indigenous group from another island. Before we sat down to eat, we wandered around to check out Breakas. Was a beautiful setting, right on the beach. Unfortunately, it rained so we had to retreat indoors, but it was time to eat, anyway. The food was absolutely fabulous - as much as you want to eat! Roy Ernst, the Assistant Manager, was the perfect host, checking to see if everything was fine - which it was - and sitting for a while to chat. Because of the rain, we had to sit inside, but we were right by the pool and the view over the ocean was magnificent. I was there with my son and daughter and a friend, and we tried every type of seafood there was - garlic prawns, fresh prawns, butterfly prawns, crabs claws, mussels, poullet fish, etc, etc, etc, washed down with a crisp white wine. Lovely. When I asked for a glass of water, I was brought lovely cold water, for which I was very grateful. There was a nice assortment at the dessert bar, also, but having filled up on seafood, I could only manage a couple of cream filled profiteroles. I say again, Wow, wow and wow!! After the meal we settled down for the show. A troupe of about a dozen men and a couple of young boys, who couldn't have been older than seven, dressed in traditional costume, did tribal dances and war dances (with spears). The little boys were adorable, and keeping up with the steps all the way, we fell in love with them. The dances were very exciting and, afterwards, we had photos taken with the group. They all have the most beautiful smiles and you can tell they enjoy every minute of the show. The audience was very appreciative, too. What a memorable night to end our holiday in Vanuatu. Thank you, Roy.
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