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The Hale Moana was a beautiful setting in the evening, and they did their best to provide a spectacular sunset nightly.  Sometimes they even included the elusive ‘green flash.’

There were a number of options for the last meal of the day.  You could eat at the Hale Moana, where other meals were served, and you could do that every evening.  That’s where the nightly entertainers play.  Alternatively you could eat at the Hale Samoa, which was open every evening but Tuesday and Wednesday.  You could opt for the Paniolo barbecue on Tuesday which was either on the lawn in front of the Bora Bora Terrace or out by the Hale Ho’okipa where the lu’au were held. Or on Wednesday and Friday you could go to the lu’au.

You could opt to dine at the Hale Samoa and eat enhanced meals, with a surcharge for some items. Since both venues served the same sunsets, there was no surcharge for the green flash at the Hale Samoa.

The lighted tiki torches added to the romance of the Hale Samoa setting.