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Travel Blogs from Moorea
We decide not to do a lot today and succeed very well in that objective.
One important thing is achieved. The purpose of Around the World in 79 Days is to celebrate our fifteenth wedding anniversary which is on 17th April when we will be in India. But today Kathleen got a keepsake for the occasion, a Tahiti Black Pearl ...
... That really wasn't a possibility, given our flight schedule, cat sitter schedule, etc., so we enjoyed it to the hilt while we were there!
That night we had reservations for the Polynesian Buffet and Show at the hotel, and we had a ring-side seat. Lots of interesting seafood, and attractive and talented musicians and dancers. The fire dance was especially impressive. We tottered off to bed, and slept very well, looking forward to an exciting day tomorrow.
... to facebook. It took us 30 minutes to walk back and just as we were arriving back the shuttle arrived to take us to the ferry. The ferry crossing was a little choppy this time. When we arrived, the travel company met us and rather than making us walk about 5 minutes, they put us in a van and drove us 3 piers over to the cruise ship! We filled out a health form, were given a cool towel and welcomed aboard the Paul Gauguin. It is probably ...
I arrived in Tahiti after being hit by the mother of all
squalls. At 2am I was on watch and saw a very large, very dark and very fast
moving cloud coming towards us. I did my best to try and get away from it but
I’m afraid my luck ran out and I was left to experience the full wrath of this
monster’s attack. No wind to lots and lots of wind in about five seconds. Goes
to prove that you can run but you ...
... a thing for feet and shoes and would try to eat them.
Our next stop was to Casino, their supermarket. We needed to buy more water. So far we have been through 2 cases of water from Wal-Mart, a large bottle from the ship and we got 6 bottles 1.5 Liters each yesterday. Most of our tours had included water, on one island it was bottled rainwater. The water we bought at Casino is from France. While we were waiting ...