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Travel Blogs from Moorea
... br> “We can't peek inside, there's action!” our guide Ziki
exclaimed while we all broke into hysterical laughter.
When we got into the shallow part of the clear water, we all felt
so excited as we saw the many manta rays that started to appear out
of nowhere followed by black tipped sharks.
Our group let out a cheer as we clambered down to the chest -high
water. I felt electrified.
Wow!” I exclaimed as ...
This would be a good time to mention how friendly the people are in French Polynesia. Practically everyone you meet says "Ia Orana" (sounds like your honor, with the r slurring into the h) which means “hello.” They aren't pushy sales people, either and say “Maruru (mah-roo-roo), which means thank-you, even if you leave their shop empty handed.
Even the ...
... took over. The church is in a picturesque setting with Mount Mouaroa towering behind it. We passed the Tiki Village, which was closed on Monday, and continued on back toward the Intercontinental. We did stop at the small grocery store at Le Petit Village to buy some water. We arrived back at the hotel and relaxed for the rest of the afternoon before driving to Rudy’s for dinner. We were meeting a couple from the cruise ship for dinner. I had parrotfish, which was very ...
We relaxed on the beach, drinking in the view, until it was time to catch our ride back. Walking back to our agreed to meeting place, she arrived right on time and took us back to the tender site....a pretty good deal at $5 each way. Before catching the tender we took a good look at the wares in the kiosks.
We found the quality and price for handcrafted collectables to be very good here. There was quite a lot ...
We were one of the first couples to board the ship at 3:00 p.m. Plenty of time to explore this lovely vessel. We were welcomed aboard with live Polynesian music and champagne. We have a 200 s.f. stateroom on Deck 3; very nicely appointed with plenty of storage.
We checked out "afternoon tea" in the main dining room (a daily affair for those so inclined). After a lifeboat drill for all 308 passengers, and ...