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Travel Blogs from Moorea
... in the middle of the island which provides panoramic views of the twin bays and plantations.
Luckily ,the bus only stalled once on the way up to Belvedere Outlook and we made it safely.
As there is no pier/marina in Moorea, today was a tender boat day for us.
The weather was beautiful and is getting hotter as we sail along. Loving it. :)
... told we would have to leave at 6.30am in the morning; come morning, the mum walked in and declared at 6.20am "why wasn't we ready, we need to go" and finally when we got to the ferry, she told us of a bus we needed to catch to the airport, a bus that later we found out did not exist. Overall Tahiti and its surroundings is mesmerising, but it's people and "just chill" lifestyle is not quite what you would expect after feeling like you've just been chucked out and ...
... clean streets and - yes - roosters everywhere. The RC church was having christening services - accompanied by singing and ukulele playing. Nice to see the family groups all dressed up on this special occasion....nice church too!! The market stayed open until 5pm...one more coconut drink to cool off with ....but the rest of the city closed up at 1 pm...very little activity after that / traffic minimum. Only the street vendors - flower / fruit stalls. Today...nicely raining ...
... rock cave, and see a massive fish ball swim around our dive group. We also had a lot of fun diving in and around some rock/reef formations, getting up close and personal with the smaller reef fish, and even managing to spot a turtle or two! Our second dive was exhilirating, but absolutely exhausting. It was a bit tough getting up to do it all over again the next morning, but our final dive ended up being quite relaxed and fun! Through all of our snorkeling/diving adventures, ...
To finish off a delicious meal, one needed icecream and it was to die for.
We were fascinated by the fish in big ponds directly outside the restaurant. Huge species some black with blue lips, then blue and yellow ones.
I could have stayed watching them for ages.
Ibn the background of this idyllic spot we saw the place where Gaugin used to paint, and his old house.
Next stop on the agenda was ...