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... a few days beforehand my ears had been giving me grief (small ear canals = major diver issues) so even as I got into the water that morning and started to descend, I knew it just wasn't going to work. I hit about 10 to 15 feet below the surface and yep, there goes my left ear, just not wanting to pop. After trying a few times to ascend/descend, and finally realizing that my ear was having none of it, I surfaced and waited on the boat while everyone else got to dive with ...
... perfectly for guests, and they even had a couple of people renting out other rooms while we stayed there. Very open space, with a huge covered deck area, and sliding glass doors everywhere with huge windows to really let the nature of French Polynesia inside. It really felt like we were outside all the time, which is great when in such a hot and humid place. The only downside was the language barrier – specifically with the 3 year old Moana (Mo – Anna) since ...
... by. Finally there is Mahalo, her soft-skinned head-to-toe tattooed bodyguard who is third generation royal family of Hiva Oa and who wears boiler suits and a first world war helmet.
For me the trip has not been plain sailing, I’ve been in the wars and will go as far as to say that on occasion it was quite an effort avoiding eye contact with the grim reaper. I’ve suffered from sea-sickness, heat exhaustion, a stomach bug (or a dodgy vol-au-vent on ...
... aquesta calor del migdia i les motxil.les. Quan hi arribem, ens posem els pantalons curts i sortim amb tres objectius: 1. Dinar, 2. Anar al mercat de Papeete i 3. Sopar a la plaça de les roulottes. Tot ho podem fer a peu i així en John ens pot anar collint flors de tipanier per decorar-nos els cabells.
Matem dos pardals d’un tret i anem al mercat a dinar. Al voltant del mercat hi ha ...
... Just as we approach our door a crab confronts us. He doesn't look pleased to see us. Hardly surprising as he lives under our cottage and it is we who are encroaching on his domain. After a brief stand off he scuttles away muttering unspeakable Polynesian oaths under his breath. Kathleen is concerned he may come in to the cottage. I just can't help thinking he would make a nice crab salad.
Still not fully got over jet lag so another early night so we can have a ...