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Travel Blogs from Huahine
... messing about can prove
dangerous. Another lesson learned and incident to add to the list of many.
Before arriving here we visited the islands of Rangiroa and
Manihi in the Tuamotus Archipelago - paradise atolls that could have been sets
from a Bond film, not real places. There were the usual white beaches, palm
trees, crystal clear water and non-stop sunshine (well nearly non-stop, I’m
afraid to say it rained ...
... damn pigeons, finally ……You are never leaving me alone again, we are back!
We head back to the ship to cool down. Finally we head to lunch. Warm bread (slightly broken from shooing away pigeons, and an assortment of fresh cheeses and butter.) Yum. Pistachio ice cream tops it off.
It is a cast show tonight doing Broadway, just the 4 singers and a live band. It will be an early night, we are all ...
Huahine is a beautiful, but small island, I compare the trip into town like the Road to Hana. Beautiful scenery but not much once you get there. The big difference is that the road trip in Huahine is a lot shorter.
It appears as though the people who live here conduct their daily life the same whether there is a ship in port or not. If you want to shop in their stores or eat in ...
January 27, 2013
Day 23 – Papeete, Tahiti
It was HOT today, 88 degrees and very humid. I didn't have a shore excursion in Papeete (pronounced pah-pee-ate-tay) so I just wandered around town on my own. Mary Ruth joined me for the first 45 minutes and then she returned to the ship to get ready for her shore excursion. We walked through Marche du Papeete, their big market. It’s only open in the morning on Sundays. Outside ...
... we got another boat ride in to shore. They spoil us rotten around here. The boat driver is a famous kite surfer on the island and he showed us pics of him kite surfing huge waves around Tahiti. Apparently he is a local legend and the nicest guy you could ever meet. Today really summed up why I enjoy traveling so much, with unique experiences like this and amazing people you get to meet on your travels.