I went to Spirit of Aloha dinner show at the Polynesian for the second time. It was just as good as the first time. I plan on seeing this show every visit to WDW.
Here is part one of the fire dancers performance. If you haven’t seen this show, it’s a must see.
Here are a few items that I spotted in Boutiki in the Poly that caught my eye.
If you love sushi like I do, then you crave it. There are places in Walt Disney World to satisfy that craving.
It is best to go outside of the Japan pavilion in Epcot and venture into the Polynesian, the Contemporary or the Swan Resort. There you will find Kona Sushi Bar, California Grill and Kimonos respectively. Sushi is almost completely absent from the menus of both Teriyaki House and Teppan Edo in Epcot. Aside from an eel roll or the common California roll, there aren’t many sushi choices the Japan Pavilion. I’m guessing that for most families sushi is probably as foreign as the country of Japan itself. Kids may not like it, but what about the adults?
Polynesian Resort here I come for The Spirit of Aloha dinner show! I have been looking forward to this for quite some time. Last time I was here at Walt Disney World this show was sold out. I am here at the Polynesian about 30 minutes before my scheduled 5:15pm time. The fountain outside of the Resort immediately sets the mood of the South Pacific.