Saturday, August 15, 2015

A Beautiful Evening Luau

During our stay in Maui, we went to a luau, a popular Hawaiian event. The luau was located in the Grand Wailea Resort, a huge and beautiful resort right on the beach. A luau is a feast of Hawaiian food, usually held outdoors and accompanied by Hawaiian entertainment.At a luau, there were hula dancers, fire dances, and Hawaiian singers. Right before the show began, they had activities for children such as a hula dance lesson, face painting, and  bracelet making out of taro leaves.

When we arrived, they started with a tradition of roasting a pig. They also kept us refreshed with numerous drinks, and the dinner was delicious. After everyone had eaten, and felt refreshed, they started the show. There was a narrator telling stories about the Hawaiians and their culture while the hula dancers danced on the stage. The hula dancers shook there hips and turned around very fast. Their costumes were made up of taro leaves, a special plan that grows in Hawaii. The best part of the entertainment was the fire dance. It was very exciting to watch the male dancers spin, touch, and even eat the fire without getting burnt. They were also able to put out the fire with there skirts. I really enjoyed watching the show, and look forward to the next time we go to a luau.

1 comment:

  1. Hi
    I'm Caro and I'm from Auroa School in Taranaki, New Zealand
    I love the idea of you posting about your trip to Hawaii and what resort did you sty at. Also what activitie did you do cause I would love to here. Here is my blog URL down bellow


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