Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Address: 131 Kaiulani Ave
Date: June 2010
As we were working our way through the crowds of Waikiki Beach, we happened upon King's Village. It is named after the Hawaiian Royal Palace Guard for King Kalakaua back in the 1800s, not for the Burger King in front of which the guards perform. Near the end of each day the King's Guard lower the Hawaiian flag and perform some precision drill routines. As luck would have it we passed by close to the performance time. This allowed us to briefly look around the shopping center and then wait for the show to begin. The shopping center itself is nicely themed like little streets from Honolulu's past.
The guards in their nineteenth century uniforms finally emerged and the show began.
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