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Old June 16th, 2007, 09:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Dancyalien
When I went on the Pride of Aloha in March I did the Luau from the ship "Pacific Pardise." I enjoyed it, but I don't know its the best thats out there. They did serve complimentary drinks. (Two different alcolic drinks or soda). Which were good.

The dancers were good. NCL photographers were there to take your photos with the dancers and at the dinner tables. I think these photos of my husband and I were the best out of the entire cruise.

There was also some artisans there selling souviners. One of them was carving into wood. We bought a little tiki guy and he even carved our names in it for free.

It was a very enjoyable time. However, let me warn you that almost everyone gets of the ship for this. The only time it took awhile checking back on ship was the night of the luau.
we did the same Luau and have a turtle from the same wood carver. we didnt realize you were on the Aloha..maybe we did. I guess I am getting old I couldnt remember. The bus driver we had decided to drive FASSSSSST so she and us could get home first and we did so we had no problem getting back onboard.
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