This was our first luau and we were shocked to see a half mile long queue to enter the show. We waited for half an hour at the entrance waiting for our turn of pictures which we were not going to buy anyways. Each one of us got shell leis and a hand stamp for booze. We were given the table farthest from stage but never had difficulty seeing the performers though. The tables were packed and the server of each table served the fruit juice. We took few sunset shots and it was nice to see a beautiful Hawaiian themed stage with a beautiful sunset. Feeling of watching something without a rooftop is always fun...in simple open air shows!! We had no food expectations as vegetarians. The host spoke well with her apt voice modulation skill. The show began when most of us had something to eat. The host invited kids and adults intrested in learning hula dance to stage. We grabbed the opportunity and learnt few steps. Each table has turns to go and serve their food. They also had kid friendly food. Guava buns and cakes were treat to our eyes and mouth!! The noodles and rice were just okay. The sweet potatoes were amazing and I am not a big fan of them before. It lightly showered couple of times and the staff handed us rain ponchos.....I call them smart organizers. The rain did not ruin our fun!! The fire dance in the end was great. The show ran for around 2 hrs.
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