I had my sister and me booked for an event that was billed as “The Event of a Lifetime”.
Located at the foot of the West Maui Mountains is the show Na Lio.
Promptly at 5 pm 2 shuttle buses would pull up to the front of the resort to take us to the ranch. But which resort? I still had not met our coordinator. All communication had been by phone, text or an itinerary left for me at the front desk.
I finally got an actual address but them I couldn’t find it. Driving around I spotted a post man. Surely he will know where this address is located.
Turns out he did and the “Pink Pyramid” strikes again. The address I’d been searching for belongs to that big pink resort right next to the Ka’anapali Beach Shores! Once inside we found the ping pong tables and settled in to wait. It wasn’t long.
After being given a lei and the courtesy photo we all climbed aboard for the short ride to the location where tables were all ready set up and waiting for us.
After an excellent dinner the show began. Slack Key artist, George Kakumoku, Jr started the action off .
The show is the story of horses in Hawaii.
The story is told in song and dance (Hula)
and with the horses. The 2nd story line is the story of young love that triumphs in the end.
I’m not sure which was more amazing, the dancers or the horses.
At the end of the show the riders brought their mounts to the edge of the stage and we were invited to meet them and say hello to the horses. We were given carrots to feed the horses.
One of the horses liked my lei better than the carrots. He got a big bite of it before I could get it out of his reach. As it was just flowers there was no harm done and the rider and the others standing with me joined me in a good laugh.
Then it was back on the shuttle buses for the return to the resort.