Pension te miti
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... Mary drink it is known for. They were good -- but I have had better. Ok.... now the nerves in my stomach started to shakes just thinking about going underwater, in a bubble for 30+ minutes. It was decided that Ty was going to be my driver for this underwater adventure. David, Skyler, Ty and I, plus a mother/daughter combination from California) took the tender to the village, then picked up a speedboat to take us out to the platform, which held the submersible aqua bikes ...
... with turtels, different kinds of sharks, manta rays and thousands of colourful fishes, were probably the best dives in my life. It felt like diving in a fish tank with incredible visability. I can't wait to do some more diving in Indonesia. Unfortunately, I didn't have an underwater camera. I will hopefully receive some pictures from my dive buddies later as ...
So we found ourselves at the dock staring up at the beautiful, beautiful Oceania Marina. It was amazing, not a mark on the pure white paintwork, branded marquees led us down a path to the, hoards of staff all trying to relieve us of our luggage, we found ourselves at the stairs of the boat where after signing a declaration that we probably didn't have ebola we were welcomed aboard.
Walking into the lobby we were instantly blown away, it ...
... end of the world’s 24 hour zone and in crossing said magical line we managed to travel back in time. We left Auckland on the 30th March and arrived in Tahiti on the 29th March, thereby making our year one day longer as we had no intentions of re-crossing the date line, weird huh!
The most annoying part of this error was that it meant we now needed to pay for two night accommodation. Thankfully we managed to find an Airbnb host ...
Up at 8.00 and prepare to hitch the 25k to the Lagoonarium. However Emeric was dropping his wife and daughter off halfway and so gave us a lift. Car parks next to churches were filling up with worshippers. We waited at the roadside only a couple of minutes before a woman stopped and gave us a lift to a supermarket near the little port, where we searched for a sandwich but only found a croissant for breakfast. However outside there was a coffee stall so we had a coffee and bought ...