Les Relais de Josephine
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... got home to stay in touch. So that’s what we’ll do!
I wish I knew what I was doing next, but I understand they aren’t casting that far in advanced. So at the beginning of February I’ll send them an email reminding them of my date of availability and wish for the best!
I don’t LOVE working on a ship like I LOVED being a Young American. But I do like it, I really enjoy our shows, the company has treated me well, I get to travel and get paid, ...
... without Natalie. It honestly was a mess and I was pretty nervous before going on stage but I love stuff like that, when you have to change things at last minute and just go with the flow.
So I had a night to myself in our cabin and I spent it watching “You Me and Dupree” and eating like half a bag of potato chips.. you all know I never eat chips so I don’t know what got into me. But Natalie is OK and she is back doing everything ...
... land by 11am! Natalie was
still sleeping at this point, haha! I was so happy I got to go off right as I
sat down in the tender boat because about a minute after we saw a dolphin’s fin
peek out of the water! It was so close to us!
Once on land there were a few stands selling local products to the left, and
taxi boats to the right. I really had no idea what this island had to offer or
where to go so I just kinda walked in circles for ...
... 1075;да ты там, ты попад 72;ешь на совер 96;енно изоли 88;ованн& #1091;ю групп 91; остро 74;ов, тяжел 86; ...
... It was such a short ride, but it felt very long when we walked :-)
Back on the ship around 2.Showered and cleaned. Had hamburgers for lunch. Our ship weighed anchor at 4:30. I got out on the balcony and watched Rangiroa as our ship sailed away - somehow I had not done this before.
We had dinner at the French specialty restaurant Jaques at 8pm. Again, stuffed myself. Continued packing after dinner. Tomorrow will be our last port call, Raiatea.