Did these other people go to the same show I did? It just drags on and on and on. You have to check in at 430, then eat (which the food is actually pretty good to be made for the masses) and then wait and wait and wait for the show to begin. There are some tables set up with people selling "authentic" overpriced souvenirs, or you can stand in a 20-person long line to have someone make you a ridiculous looking hat out of a palm frond. The actual show finally starts at about 8, but there is a lot of "let's get the kids up on stage", "let's get the older couples up on stage", "anyone on their honeymoon? come up onstage". We finally left at 9 because we were so bored with all the tourist crap, and didnt even get to see the fire dancers, which was all that I wanted to see. What a waste.
I think it was $90/person or you could do a timeshare presentation if you want to waste the ENTIRE day.