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... center and Cook Bay. The drive up was on a narrow winding road with the horn blearing to warn other vehicles we were coming through. The lush vegetation it was stunning. On the way down we stopped at the ruins of an ancient marae (Polynesian temple) there were lots of chickens there and locals collecting walnuts. As we drove around the beaches of the lagoon were stunning. We stopped at the fruit juice canter where we tried pineapple liqueur that had a strong ...
... this....") Now it was time for each to put wet suits one before positioning the driver in front, and down, and the passenger up and behind. Nerves to the max now, but as we slowly lowered into water, and I saw the bubble did not fill with water, and the oxygen could be heard, used and felt -- I was instantly fine, and fascinated with all the fish I saw. Ty did a superb job of navigating our bike, and following all the instructions of our dive master, "Mich Mich or ...
... talked about night food trucks. What a neat experience that was. Families were out in droves, kids playing in the open field, benches and tables filed with people enjoying the sumptuous offerings from the “food Trucks”. It was a festival of Tahitian life, a-not-to-be missed experience.
Thank you Papeete for sharing your culture and lifestyle with us – we wish you prosperity.
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... next few days. Thankfully a short stroll down the road was a little shop where we stocked up on bottled water, French baguettes, cheese, pate, Doritos and sunset drinks to last the next four days.
Moorea was an absolute slice of paradise, the ocean was clear, the sand white, the sun shone from dawn to dusk, we had a spectacular sunset every evening and we generally just relaxed and enjoyed our time.
Despite our best efforts snorkelling ...
... Our sandwiches were a better bet, I think. We arrived at 10.30, an hour after we started out. We had borrowed snorkels from Emeric, but my mask wasn't tight enough so I was given a better one, it was Amanda's first time snorkelling so it was literally 'in at the deep end' ! There was a largish area of water, maybe 30 m by 50 m which had lengths of rope attached to buoys which one used to haul oneself along whilst looking down at the coral bottom a couple of metres below. ...