Pension te miti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... their meals, it soon stopped raining but every was a bit wet, but they dried the tables and chairs off, think they are very used to this. So we sat and eat our hamburgers and chips, very large serves but very nice even if it had got a little bit cool as it had just been cooked before it rained. Didn't have far to walk back to the ship thank goodness, had another look at the souvenir stalls still open and that was it for ...
... and Ines again, the French couple living and working on the Loyalty Islands when I was in New Caledonia but who were moving to the Marquesas and would be there when I was passing by on the Aranui.
I had had Facebook communicaton from them saying that they thought our boat was going to arrive on ‘Thuesday’ and my itinerary had said Wednesday so turning up on Tuesday was a gamble. They said they’d meet me at the port and I looked for them ...
We bought a bag of sliced pineapple at Moorea's ferry terminal, to eat during the short crossing to Papeete. John was making sure our luggage did not get "lost" and when the ferry left we even thought for a while that we had sailed without him. The sea was quite rough and Ariana stayed quiet but did not get seasick.
Our hotel in Papeete is close to the terminal, too close to take a taxi and it feels too far away ...
... and a crepe. Still feel the strong French influence with the best croissants and pastries this side of Paris.
Suddenly we hear a horse neighing and I tell Kathleen we are going on a three hour ride up in to the mountains. A month ago she would have been horrified and only relieved when I said I was joking, but today she is disappointed. In fact she says her thought was that Cilla Black was about to appear with Vanilla and say "Surprise Surprise". Turns out it ...
... attention to us. Don had a chance to try out his new under-water camera, as you can see in the pictures.
I was really touched by our big guide, Marco, who went to the handicapped man to support him so that he could experience touching the rays. It was such an act of kindness, and his wife was thrilled because she was able to have the same experience. She mentioned that she thought they would have to stay ...