on October 27, 2000
Wow! This is no doubt the best luau on the island. The food is great, the drinks superb, and the dancing is magical. We got there just before sunset and were able to get some great pictures of the sunset and adjacent beach. We watched them uncover the pig that had been cooked traditionally wrapped in bananna leaves and buried in a pit lined with hot stones. The buffet was awesome; it contained lots of Hawaiian dishes including Ahi (tuna) Poke, mahi mahi, pulehu (grilled) chicken and steaks, and lomi lomi salmon, along with the pork from the pit. No one went hungry that night! The dancers were fascinating as they portrayed an ancient Hawaiian story of gods, goddesses, kings, princesses and warriors. Of course, they did the hula. The evening ended all too soon for all of us!
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