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Spirit of Aloha

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by Isafari, Jul 4, 2008.

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    MinnieMouse Earning my ears

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    I went to the one at seaworld quite a few years ago and although it was good I preferred the poly spirit of aloha. :):)
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    We might give it a go, although I'm probably too late for an ADR now, I might look at the itinerary and see if we can fit it in.
     
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    We've been to the one at Seaworld. (Free tickets). We enjoyed it for the most part. Food wasn't that great and we weren't thrilled at sharing our table (but we're shy and withdrawn like that).

    It's nice to know that you preferred the Polynesian Luau. :yes:
     
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    ahhhh yes, tis a good point indeed that Tink. The tables at the Seaworld one are all long with many people so it's a very social experience (although once the show gets going, most people are too wrapped up to natter much).

    Still though, it's a good pint, we didn't much like being on one long table with loads of others who we didnt know
     

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