Old Mar 30, 16, 11:02 am
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chongl
 
Join Date: Feb 2014
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The Polynesian buffet wasn't all that great, but the plus side is we got to sample a lot of new foods. After about 3 plates worth of food, it was almost 8PM, which is when the dinner show starts. We stayed a little bit before leaving (we overheard some talk that audience members would be selected to participate in a dance, and since I can't dance to save my life, it was time to go).

Dessert and fresh fruits



Salads made with different seafood



Tuna sashimi



Some shrimp with seared mahi mahi and tuna on the left



Some more tuna (partially seared) and ham carving station on the rear left



There was an offering of "coco punch" that was made with rum, passion fruit, and some other juices that was pretty good.



And a picture of the show



As mentioned earlier, we left early and had plans to retire for the night until we looked up and saw the clear skies dotted with stars. I have never seen anything like it living in a big city, so I grabbed my tripod and walked to the backside of the island again where there was a lot less light to capture some pictures. The view was simply stunning.

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