Au Motu Mahare
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Today was the first day I've gotten to sleep in since.. I don’t even know when! It was amazing and I woke up at 11am. I needed that sleep, that is for sure. I spent some time in the steam room at the spa, took a shower, and came down around 12:30 to find Natalie was still sleeping! Good job girl.
On my mind today is Megan’s Bridal Shower. Ugh I wish so badly I could be there, could help plan and set up, and all of that. I ...
... total weight of 23 kgs between them plus a bag weighing up to 8 kgs in the cabin. Our two bags weighed more than 23 kgs. At first the check in person told us that we couldn't take both bags but then he spoke to his supervisor who said that it was OK. He obviously hadn't come across people on our ticket type before. We were relieved because it meant that all our other flights with LAN on our One World ticket would be fine. We made our way through security a bit after ...
... was raining really heavily. It looked so cool from under the water.
Claude stayed in the water for quite a while and hotie got back in and went and sat on the bottom and filmed everything up above him with a GoPro. We need one. A GoPro I mean.
It was AMAZING.
I reckon none of us wanted the day to end but eventually it had to.
Room service for dinner looking out across the lagoon.
It just can't get any better.
There is not a great deal to say really...Sun, more Sun, Ocean, and Relaxation... OK...so we got up at a lazy 9 something o'clock...put on as little as possible...its about 30 degrees here and very bright. Our room overlooks the sand bottomed pool, the ocean and the island of Moorea. The clouds are hanging over that island and the thunderheads look rather impressive. Thankfully dry here. Breakfast was an enormous buffet affair. Fruit of ...
Half a day touring around the Island, followed by more indolence. The day began early - the tour started at 7:45am. The guide's name was Dave, a burly American who arrived from Hawaii 25 years ago. We picked up an assortment of others, including a German couple, a Taiwanese couple who once lived in Basingstoke and two from the cruise ship I'd seen from Easter Island. Their cruise had taken them from Valparaiso to here, via Pitcairn Island. And ...