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... A Luau is a traditional Hawaiian party or feast that is usually accompanied by entertainment. It may feature food such as pig cooked the traditional way in a pit wrapped in banana leaves and entertainment such as traditional Hawaiian music and hula.
As we entered there was a photographer who took photos of every group and like everyone else asked where we were from. It ...
... Dinner was served at around 3.30 pm. There was a choice of beef or pasta. I had the beef, don't like pasta much. I watched some reruns of Modern Family, it was nice and watched a new series set in the 80's called The Goldberg's. I ordered a gin and tonic with dinner and then ordered another one thereafter. There's only an hour and a half left before we land. Andrew has filled out the declarations for us ready for us to land and go through ...
... destroyer on the harbour floor with various rusted parts above the water . This is the final resting place for the sailors who went down with it. Some oil leakage is still to be seen. No attempt will be made to stop it unless it becomes a major problem.
The positions where the other ships were moored and attacked are all well signed.
Plenty of free time back at the main centre seen us leave about 11:15 am for a return city ...
... as a bavarois topped with a little cap of reduced seaweed kanten. This was gorgeous - all of it - but the bavarois was just out of the box. The fois gras came from New York and had a lot subtler flavour than some of the French equivalents. Perfectly paired with a beautiful, sweet Zind Humbrecht from Alsace, this was the best of the courses so far.
The next dish was onaga (red snapper) and spinach baked in a fish-shaped pastry shell which they opened at my table ...
... their staff as cast members like Disney does. Like Epcot, the park was laid out in villages, where you could experience various aspects of the polynesian culture. We opted for the self-guided tour, the buffet dinner, and the show "Ha' the Breath of Life". Although, we hate being herded by tour guides, our own tour was probably less efficient than if we had gone with a guide. I would recommend saving the canoe ride after the villages close at 5 o'clock. We, of course, took the ...