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Travel Blogs from Huahine
The great thing about this ship is that if everyone is on board we sail early. We've done this every time so far. Last night we were due to sail at midnight but we heard the anchors coming up at not that long after 11. It means that the ship can sail just that bit slower to its next port, and of course save fuel.
Just as we sailed in through the reef of Huahine Al and I saw a small pod of dolphins racing along beside the ship and a few flying ...
... to we were escorted upstairs and through the door of the gorgeous studio residence (no cabins or staterooms on this ship!) that would be our home for the next three and a half weeks. A ship’s tour was organised for late in the afternoon, so instead of our usual wander around the ship we headed back off to see a bit more of Papeete. Lots of people say don’t bother with Papeete but I reckon it would be a pretty pleasant base from which to ...
... who will always be English in my view) in Far North Queensland who was cheering our boys on, surrounded by all her only slightly partisan Aussie chums. And husband. What a result.
Next day was Paul mum’s birthday so she and Paul’s dad came to Eight Mile Plains for a big family lunch and a good old catch up. Paul’s parents had hardly changed at all, and we spent a couple of hours catching up on what turned out to be 28 ...
... stroll in the garden. There are two Galapagos tortoises there which arrived in 1928.
Back on the road we continued and drove along the peninsula to what is considered the best surf beach on Tahiti. Teahupoo is a black sand beach( as most of them are on this main island) and had some waves out on the reef but we decided not to alight and returned to Taravao where we found a small cafe and had lunch. OK but not memorable. We now were on the east coast and closer to ...
... write scribes and scribes here but I have so much to
do before I leave. Hope this finds everyone well and keeps you entertained for
at least five minutes. I promise the next time I get the chance to write a big
blog I will have a lot more in-depth information for you all. I felt bad for
having disappeared off the map for so long without contacting you, it won’t
All the best, Everyone.