After a warm, wet day at Animal Kingdom we headed to the Polynesian Resort for supper at ‘Ohana. This is a tough reservation to snag and I was looking forward to it from the time Trish was able to secure it for our group.
The 4 older kiddos in our group are all ages 5, 6 and 7 and they loved participating in the special activities. At this point they had been taught how to hula and were now parading around the restaurant displaying their ‘hang loose’ symbols. They were having a blast and we loved seeing their smiles!
I have not eaten supper at ‘Ohana for a number of years and was looking forward to it. It was delicious!
My favourites were the steak and shrimp. I passed on the pork as I’m not a huge pork fan if it’s not in the form of bacon. Dessert was a delicious pineapple and coconut bread pudding with warm banana caramel sauce. Mmm!
When we hit the bus the kids all crashed! This was common for Hannah as the only night she arrived back in our room awake was the night we arrived! When my girl is tired, out she goes. It’s wonderful!!
Heh! This is such a common sight while at Disney. Parents carrying sleeping children back to their rooms after long, fun days in the parks! I’ll just say that Paul got the easy part of this transport. I call it ‘Parent Swap!’