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... from the shore from the runoff.
We took this opportunity to get our room straightened out and to get pillows suitable for the “”princess and the pea”. I have to have a very soft, flat pillow in order to sleep. The butler has just delivered some that I think will work. I think a nap is on my agenda today since I didn’t sleep at all last night. That’s the great ...
... weather! The cocktails are awesome, and half price for one and a half hours every night! The staff here speak Polynesian as well as French and English After 2pm we got the key to our bungalow and unpacked, got ourselves organised and had a nap, waking up somewhat later in the afternoon and sitting outside looking at the pretty fish in our lagoon. Dinner tonight was a buffet, being Sunday there was no a la carte, but the options ...
... s an amazing sight to see six foot waves crashing a half-mile offshore.Anyway, back to the beach … our guide warned us the sand could get very hot when the sun emerged from its cloud cover. We found out firsthand just how hot. I now know what “hot ...
... using their advice to stay in a homestay very close to the airport which was exactly what we needed, and at the right price!
Thanks to their advice, we had a wonderful last night in French Polynesia, even with the very long wait for the bus and the ferry. The homestay had a beautiful view of the harbour and Moorea, and we enjoyed watching the sunset before heading out to find something to eat.
After walking down towards town, we started to run into a lot ...
... 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 ...