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Travel Blogs from Faa'a
... Served? (laughed again).
However, anyone who passes up the opportunity of wandering around Auckland’s friendly and reassuringly-familiar-whilst-sub-tropic ally-exotic streets (for a Brit anyway) must be mad, or dead… So we braved the elements on a daily basis…OK, so it was cold at night but actually we had lots of warm sunshine during the day which meant we had a whale of a time being city-break tourists.
And we were ...
... the agent didn't show up at 6:45, or 7:00 or 7:15. I've no idea what time she came, but someone went out 7;30 and said all the bags were gone. We had dinner at the hotel. We had been warned that the prices were ridiculously high, but we didn't think they were anything out of the ordinary in terms of a foreign resort. What was good about the Radisson was that is gave free wi-fi. We had to go to the lobby to use it, but it was free. Our transfer arrived ...
... visit just let me know.
What amazed me the most was arriving in these low lying,
beach covered atolls having only travelled five hundred miles south from Nuku
Hiva in Marquesas. Two complete opposites in terms of their landscape. The
Marquesas has been my favourite stop so far. It was just a total wonderland.
The most astonishing scenery I have ever seen, imposing, daunting and gorgeous
all at the same time. To use ...
... in English as well as in French. The feeding was awesome and we were told it was safe but you never know. We touched the stingrays, they bumped into us trying to get some food. They were so soft and cute. The sharks looked scary and when I tried to film two of them passing me by there were 4 more behind me I didn't know about :-D Lucky told me afterwards.
From the shark and stingray feeding the boat took us to a Motu (a ...
... s face looking up to the sky and a monkey playing a piano! Mo'orea is not very busy and there aren't many people. There are only two or three food shops. All the products have to be imported into the island, apart from Pinapples and the bottled water, which means that everything was very expensive. There weren't many restaurants or cafe's, but lots of pearl shops. One day we caught a boat which took us around tCook's Bay and the next bay where they ...