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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Faa'a
... miss being discerning about which shell I keep, picking up a flower and tucking it behind my ear, guessing the fragrance of the wood burning, watching the clouds build in the valleys...
The 14 year old in me can't wait to move on to the glamorous US of A; but the 40 year old me just wants to stay here (with never ending insect repellent) and dance forever with Jacob from the Aranui making Tahinglish babies and teaching them to dance too.
... was the leader of all the Mayors in the Marquesas. Strings were pulled, calls were made and one morning at breakfast Steve and Dolores told me the wedding was going ahead! Originally they’d asked me to take the video for them but I was also one of the witnesses... eventually being described as a maid of honour by Dolores (not bridesmaid... that would be third time unlucky for me...)
So there I was in my bikini under a sun top witnessing the first ever ...
... College where we were given some jam to taste. The jam was made by the students of the college from fruit grown in the college orchards. After the college stop we went via another view point, which was very busy as it was at the end of a road surfaced with Tarmac, to a temple site that was used many years ago for an arrow throwing competition. We had been warned to use insect repellent for the trip and the driver called this site "the mosquito farm". He ...
... and we can’t swim with them the way we did in Zanzibar a couple of years ago, they love to hug them and caress their soft skin and kiss them! After this session, Ariana wanted a pizza night with a movie in the bungalow. We decided to watch a movie that we were carrying in our backpack since we started the trip, The Horse Whisperer, which we found quite boring to watch. We left the DVD in the room, less ...
Wow...what an experience! We were picked up and transferred to the bay where Hiro's tour boat was tied up about 830 AM. We learned that we would be joined by passengers from the Oceania Marina, the ship we had just disembarked from! We had forty-five minutes to kill, waiting for them to be tendered to this bay. Fortunately there were about twenty handicraft vendors who had set up their stalls, in anticipation of ...