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Food: Oahu Culture, Sushi and the Perfect Mai Tai
A trip to Oahu isn’t quite complete without tasting a perfect Mai Tai. Nor is it complete without a chance to see hula dancers and experience the beautiful music of the island. You can spend lots of money on one of the many luaus offered on the island or head to the Royal Hawaiian Center for one of their free shows.
The four-level, open-air commercial retail complex extending across three blocks of Kalakaua Avenue offers more than high end shopping. Every Monday thru Saturday from 4-6 p.m. in the courtyard garden called The Royal Grove there is a live performance of Hawaiian piano music. The space features a beautiful landscaped garden and a bronze statue of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, great-granddaughter of King Kamehameha. When the music ends at 6pm, stay for the hula show.
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