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... It was very good! I had 2 appetizers - escargot and frog legs, both were very good! Then the soup, the entree, and the dessert. All were so good and I simply could not resist. Boy if we spend half a year on this ship, I would probably gain 50 lbs!
We're sailing towards Rarotonga and the sea is pretty rough, hard to walk steady. I was very tired and sleepy so we did not do our after-dinner walk. This is not good ....
Raiatea really is too far from Tahiti to take a ferry so we had booked a rather decadent flight with Air Tahiti for our six day stay on this far flung and pretty much unknown island. Originally scheduled for 10:30 our flight had been brought forward to 09:30 and we duly arrived way too early for the flight - just to make sure that we could get decent seats. The route is served by small propeller planes so I wanted to make sure that ...
... to visit Huahine in 1769. In 1809 Protestant missionaries Tyerman and Bennett spent over a year exploring and mapping Huahine.
Huahine comprises two islands of fairly similar size - Huahine Nui (Big Huahine) to the north and Huahine Iti (Little Huahine) to the south. According to local oral history, this wasn't always the case. Polynesian legend has it that the split came after the god Hiro ploughed his mighty canoe into ...
... the island. The trip took approximately 4 hours, and we made sure we stopped at the famous Marae which is steeped in so much history.
We've been very happy being here in Raiatea, but we're now ready to move on to the last part of our journey which, weather permitting, will take in Aitutaki in the Cook Islands, Palmerston Island, Nuie, Vavau in Tonga and then Fiji where we have booked a spot for Equinox II at the Musket Cove Marina & ...
... restaurant on the water that was full of other cruisers. Finally we were getting more of an international mix – Kiwi, Aussie, Dutch, British, American, Indonesian, and German. The next day, we spent time ...