1 The Car Wash
2 Entrance
3 Easter Island Pole
4 Misc. Stuff
5 Tiki Bowls
6 Ship's Wheel
7 Exotic Weapons
8 Ship rigging
9 Tiki Statue Display
10 Fish Netting
11 Big Tiki Statues
12 Even Bigger Tikis
13 Economy Tikis
14 Tiki Hut
16 Voodoo Poles
17 Tiki Wall Hangings
18 Masks On The Hut
19 More Tikis
20 Ceiling Hangings
21 More Voodoo
22 Authentic Tiki Pole
23 Polynesian Sign
24 Info and Images

Once Bob told us we had time to check the place out I relaxed a little. Taking a look around I realized that the entire place was decked to the nines with all sorts of great exotic artifacts.

This is a display case of truly exotic weapons. The picture doesn't show it but these all look very old and authentic. Hard to say if they actually are authentic or not, but they definitely had a really old look to them.

UPDATE 1/20/2001
Regarding the weapons here (and other artifacts above them, including these I believe), Bob writes:

"The artifacts on the east wall are all authentic New Guinea and nearby islands we gathered on our 1960 trip to the South Seas. They are authentic and valuable, some being quite rare. Many items from the Australian Aboriginal areas near Darwin."

So my hunch was right -- they are authentic.


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