It's Friday night and you know what that means....LUAU! We were greeted with shell leis to start off the festivities at Queens Surf Cafe & Lanai. It overlooked Queens beach and gave us the best views for the impending sunset that evening. Many pictures were taken and warm hugs were exchanged by all.
We received a blessing for the evening festivities. Several blasts from a conch shell sounded the arrival of dinner. Then, there is was. A full pig, butterflied open lying on an extremely large platter passing us by. The presentation was amazing and made us all drool. The menu consisted of Kalua Pig, lau lau, chicken teriyaki, white rice and of course, poi. Every bite was an explosion of flavor in your mouth. The food served at Queens Surf was just delicious. We loved it so much we went back for lunch several times. We highly recommend going there for any meal. The food presentation alone should merit an award. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Queens-Surf-Cafe-Lanai/256148937746091
Bruce put together a wonderful show for us too. We had traditional Tahitian, Maui, New Zealand and Polynesian dancers. Live music mixed with some on CD put us in the luau mood. Some of us were invited up to learn the Hoki Lau dance and show our stuff as dancers.
The night would not have been complete without the fire dancers as seen in this link by Ernest Sanada. http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D3yqoqZOvU6g&h=hAQBvPEE9AQD-XGyKB4xRiYjRFsj5WNVt6Fh-wtZmkzqH6g
To cap it all off, we were treated to fireworks from the Hilton Hawaiian Village in the distance. A spectaular show the whole night. Mahalo to Bruce & Yaling Fisher for giving us a night to remember.
Luau pictures Hawaii-Aloha Travel