Pooky and I
After lunch Jenny had a ballet class she was signed up for. Kind of ironic: when we used to hang out all the time back in the 90s, she didn't really understand my passion for ballet. The table has completely turned and now her dream is to open her own dance studio in Lahaina. Rob and I went to see where Jenny currently takes and teaches ballet and crazily, at the last minute, I decided to join her for class. I haven't taken a ballet class in about 2 years, and before that 8 years. Wow, was I like a heavy beached whale...but I guess the cocktail, giant lunch, and dessert wasn't a proper preparation for ballet class. I still loved it and am definitely inspired to find an adult beginning ballet class to start attending locally. I am so happy that Jenny has found her passion in dance.
We relaxed a bit and then headed to Feast at Lele, a Polynesian dinner show recommended by Gerric and Jolene. We ate a 4-course meal on the beach and watched some incredible dancers perform traditional dances from Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti, and Somoa. We have never been to a real Hawaiian Laua, but from what we heard from the locals, Feast at Lele is the way to go. It was awesome!
Our fourth day was absolutely the best! I'm still smiling from our lunch with the Glombs!