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... bircher muesli, perfect poached eggs. Yum scrum!
Motu trip number three and by far the most expensive – USD160 each. I’d just used Tripadvisor and booked the number 1. I hadn’t even thought about looking in the Lonely Planet on Tahiti and FP that I’d bought. It’s description of Lagoon Service (http://lagoonservice.com/) starts with – ‘Luxurious boats with a maximum of eight people….’. Mmm… ...
... is still breakfast time here.
Soon, Ken, of La Plage, whom I booked the Champagne trimaran for four hours
for a party of twelve, met us at the pier. I was immediately swept
up by his friendliness and “joie de vivre”.
All aboard, on our beautiful trimaran, I sat giddily, and anxious;
already feeling over my head, and I wasn't even in the water yet.
Ken, our captain for the day, circumnavigated
... secure the tender and off-load the passengers, all of whom were soaking wet. One more time we changed into dry clothes, and called it a day as tourists.
At 5 PM a Polynesian dance troop came on board and treated us to a wonderful show in the Marina Lounge. Not an empty seat in the house. It's always fun to see the costumes, listen to the music and enjoy the dancing by the native people.
Kids are kids...around the ...
... stalls and music and beautiful young men in traditional dress squeezing coconut milk out of coconut meat and racing up and down the main street bearing fruit on poles. There's a kid jumpy castle much to Finn and Zack's delight which occupies them while we get fresh eggs and watch a Polynesian zumba to join in but feel underdressed without a pareo ( sarong). That evening, after
a happy- hour drink and meal at a local Roulette ( a kitchen in a caravan ...
... dive. So, we parted company. Don't worry—I won’t leave you hanging about his experience, but since I like to do these in chronological order and I didn't hear about it until my return to the ship, you’ll just have to wait. Since this was a ship’s tour, those going met in the Grand Salon to check in, and then we were all sent on the same tender. There were 16 of us, divided into 2 trucks. It turns out I was on the best truck, but I ...