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... amazing. After that he made me a raspberry mojito,
and then two key lime pie martinis which are my new favorite drink! There was
also a close-up magic show going on but I really didn’t watch. From there Natalie
found me and we went in our room because Bhong brought us a bottle of wine to
apologize for not seeing us to fix our bodies for a few days, haha. So we
opened that up and then Jon and Cameron came over and then all of us went down
to Xavier’s room, ...
... the next two days. It was our teacher’s last night on board and the previous Line Captain who I really love so much and wish we wasn’t leaving, so we all went out together to the food trucks. There is a big area with all different food trucks, kind of like at a fair, with all types of food. They all got Chinese and I got a crepe! Delicious. From there I headed straight to bed because I have to be up and ready at 7:45am. Goodnight!
After 45 minutes of climbing, hiking, and walking up through the side of the steep mountainside, we reached the beginning of the pass! Between two mountain tops, there was a thin path worn out to that led to a small landing just big enough for one person to stand and contemplate life over the stunning view of either the mountainous inland of Moorea, or one of its beautiful torquise bays. It felt fantastic to do a hike again, and with the wonderful tahitian ...
... for say goodbye to Tahiti.
On the sail out through the channel, we were lucky enough to see a whale doing whale things. It had been hanging around that particular area all day and there were three theories as to why it as there – It was sick, it was dead (unlikely as it was moving around) or it was having a calf (the area is a popular birthing area). The conclusion we all came to was that it was probably calving.
French Polynesia comprises 130 ...
... the sunset on the ferry boat and they told us we can see it from our balcony. It is dark but we can put the light on underneath our bungalow to see the fish. We can jump right into the water from the lower balcony and snorkel right from the hotel room. The room itself is very nice. I can't wait for daytime tomorrow to see the water, it looks so clear with the little light we have now.