A Pueu Village House
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... ago if you'd of said to me I'd have a rat running across me whilst I slept. I'd of told you no frigging way would I stay somewhere that was so disgusting and I would of screamed, kicked up a fuss and left there and then. The reality is somewhat different. We've already moved to a different set of villas, there's nothing else we can afford on the island so we've exhausted all our options there, it was the middle of the night and pitch black, to us Brits it is not acceptable ...
... regularly occurred. Outside of this beach I kind of got lucky in being able to experience a couple of other things the island had to offer. An American guy called Michael staying at the pension had hired a car and for a little petrol money he was happy to take me and a couple others around the island for a couple of days. Without a car this would have been difficult to impossible and cars were far out of my budget to hire so this was really lucky. I got to see ...
... of Honolulu, with its traffic and congestion. Can we ever really find paradise, or does our mere presence ruin it? You decide.
Now, a little about cruising on the Serenity. Some asked us if we would be bored, what with sailing for 108 days on a little ship. What would you do to keep yourself busy, besides eating that is? Let me tell you, there is plenty to do. From the daily schedule for February 14, 2015:
8 am - Energetic Yoga
... for water activities and showers for rinsing off. We also found the restaurant that caters for more gourmet tastes. We are able to use this restaurant too if we wish, for a small surcharge, but we are not that worried. Our buffet meals are quite sufficient, and we can also avail ourselves of the a la carte menu in the main restaurant if we wish. Our package deal is really good - it was inclusive of ...
After eleven long and at time cold days at sea we finally reached Papeete on Monday morning.
As we have been here once before, we decided to just have a bit of a wander around during the day and going to have dinner onshore with Peter & Fay as we don't sail to Moorea until 4.00 am on Tuesday.
Papeete was much cleaner and friendlier than I can remember last time.
We checked out the city and the market ...