The dancers enacted traditional legends and customs.
...on the beach in front of ADAGIO.
The musicians began their drumming and song.
Steve and Cleo at Kuto Bay
Kunie dancers of all ages
Fancy, carved disassemblable wooden seats at the cafe
After the performance, the shade and beverages at the Kou-Bugny Hotel waterfront cafe were a treat.
ADAGIO at anchor in Kuto Bay
We walked past the area where Auracaria columnaris seedlings were growing up in the Bugny forest.
A Kunie dancer and his daughter
Coconut milk beverages for the singers
Kuto Bay goes on forever.
Old, gnarled trees ashore offered shade.
Pencil pines provided a frilled edge to the land beyond.
Sand crabs live here.
ADAGIO is at anchor at the far end of Kuto Bay.
A Kunie woman was weaving baskets, hats and flags from pandanus tree leaves.
Dorothy and Steve on our favorite beach
A grand beach walk while we wait for the Kunie dance performances to begin.
ADAGIO waited patiently at anchor while we went ashore to see some traditional entertainment.
Sunset ended our day at Kuto Bay.
Steve delivered us safely home after the fun.
Carving on one of the seats, followed a motif we have seen on Kunie ridge poles.
Wood carving graced the tables, too.
Ian admired the clever seats