1996 Kaua’i: The Lu’au at the Coconut Grove Plantation in Kapa’a

    1996 Kaua’i: The Lu’au at the Coconut Grove Plantation in Kapa’a

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    1996 Kaua’i: The Lu’au at the Coconut Grove Plantation in Kapa’a

    I’d never been to a lu’au, and I badly wanted to go.

    The Coconut Plantation’s lu’au had the best reputation.

    We stood in line at the appointed hour, on the pretty ground, by the beach.

    A conch shell was blown; the lu’au begins!

    As we enter leis are placed on our necks.

    The Hula begins.

    Lopaka (the emcee) gave the haole (foreigners) a clue.

    Different costumes for different songs.

    Some guests were goaded into dancing on stage.

    After a time the imu was opened and the whole pig was lifted out onto a carving table…

    ..divided between the tables.

    A family from the midwest sat across the table.

    Thank you for coming. Mahalo!

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