Spirit of Aloha

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  1. Isafari

    Isafari Well-Known Member

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    Do you get dragged on stage at the Spirit of Aloha?
    I love audience participation as long as it doesn't involve me :eek:
     
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    Dont worry they dont drag you on stage. They ask if anyone is celebrating something special such as anniversaries, honeymoon, birthdays etc. You can participate but they dont force you.

    A fun part of the show is when they ask people to go up on stage and learn hawaiian dancing. The children really enjoy this and they run up to participate.

    It is a good and entertaining show. :smiley4:
     
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    I won't tell them we will be celebrating our anniversary then :lol:
    Did you notice any tables for two when you were there?
     
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    Yes there are tables for two. We have been on a table for two at the front,middle and near the back. You can see the show from wherever you are sitting.

    The show is good and the poly is a lovely hotel. :smiley5:
     
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    Great...looking forward to it. Never been to the Poly before either. Thanks for the quick response...I need to book tomorrow.
     
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    You are very welcome :smiley3:
     
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    Isafari Well-Known Member

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    Just booked and got category one at the 8pm show. Looking forward to it :D
     
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    oooo well done!!!!!! we have it booked for December as well. It's a really fun and relaxed evening and totally in keeping with the whole polynesian styling :)

    (and yep, no problem with audience participation at this one.. you'll be fine :) :sigs-tv-010:
     
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    thats fab !!!! you will have a great time :smiley5:
     
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    Do you mind my asking how much it is now to attend the Luau? It's been so long since I've checked I don't really know anymore. :sorry:
     
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    We have booked for January 1st. Thanks for putting my mind at rest about the audience participation Keith.

    Thanks.....I'm sure I'm going to love it. The guy I spoke to on the phone said there were no characters here which I thought there was but, I will still enjoy!

    For category one seating, it was $123.98 including tax for two adults.
     
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    Oh! Well that's not dreadful! Does that include alcoholic drinks too? Surely not?
     
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    It does indeed although pinning your server down to ask for more can be problematic :lol:
     
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    Oh! Lololol!
     
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    what a FANTASTIC way to start the new year!!!!!!!!

    Hey have you posted your itinerary anywhere :dozey: because it sounds like youve got such great things planned
     
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    Oh, that would be great Isafari! Your holiday trip does sound really nice! :yes:
     
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    Erm......no.....have you :4:
     
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    ah Touché indeed :lol:
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    Is it really worth seeing, I've always shied away from it because we've saw one in Hawaii and I'm worried I'll compare the two.
     
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    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    I think Disney have worked hard to avoid the comparison by Disney'ing it up a bit :) the seaworld luau was more authentic than the disney one IMHO.

    Worth seeing... well it's not an absolutely must do every trip, but its a fun way to spend a relaxing evening
     

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