In Indonesia, I had a chance to watch the sunrise at Mount Bromo. (Of course, I didn't see much since the clouds covered most of the sun, but it was an amazing experience). In Hawaii, I saw the sunset on the Ali'i Kai Catamaran cruise in Honolulu, which was also spectacular.
Although the tickets are as much as $73 dollars per person to have dinner on the Ali'i Kai Catamaran, I was able to take advantage of a great "buy one, get one free" discount. It was the beginning of a beautiful day and an unforgettable night with friends and family.
I have been on the Ali'i Kai Catamaran once before when I won free tickets during a work place party. It was just as good then, as it is now.
From the window of the catamaran, one can see the beautiful view of Aloha Tower. The view becomes even more incredible as the catamaran breaks away from the harbor and nears Diamond Head.
Before the sun sets, everyone is ushered to the buffet line. The buffet line looks much larger than it actually is and there aren't many selections, but the food is decent. It's an all you can eat buffet, but be warned that the food is also taken away rather quickly to make room for the dancers who will use the space for the show that follows the dinner.
There's also a delicious cheesecake for dessert to enjoy as the sun sets. I loved the cheesecake.
There's also entertainment. The dancers not only dance the hula, but show off dances from Tahiti and New Zealand.
During the performance, people are encouraged to dance. It is one of the best parts of the catamaran cruise. One man, a Texan, was made fun of as he tried to dance the Tahitian hula. Of course, it was all in fun and for great entertainment!
In the end, more than half the people on the catamaran danced. It was a great night and a lot of fun. I didn't want to get off the boat.