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... But actually today
it is fine and I have no pain in my knees either! Just my lower back is sore
which he said is normal because it is compensating and reacting to the therapy
done on my hip.
He is absolutely amazing. I put some money in a “Congrats for your new job in
London” card so that he’d have to take it. But even then he called the next day
and said “Hey how are you, thank you for the card.. but why did you give me
money? I ...
Today we are in Moorea! However I am on IPM so I can't get off the ship, but again it is beautiful from what I can see! This morning I was up and ready and in the Casino Lounge at 8am with Cameron to manage tender boat tickets. We just hand out tickets and lead people down to the tender boats and keep everyone organized. It just takes a few hours.
From there we had rehearsal, another run of "Do You Wanna Dance" and I know you are wondering how ...
... and papayas! (It all looked so delicious that on the way back, we managed to harvest a few things here and there that had fallen off and was just begging to be eaten!) Soon the roads began to fade away, leaving us a bit lost in the start of the forest at the base of the hill. After stumbling about in a papaya forest, we managed to find our way up to the main trail that would lead us to the vantage point basically in the middle of the island!
It was a ...
... were quite hungry and headed straight to the beach side café. Being in French Polynesia, we were hoping to have some local food. I opted for a chicken baguette, Mum had a seafood and fruit salad and we shared some garlic bread. While my baguette was lovely, the winner for presentation was Mum’s salad. It was presented in bowl that was half a carved out pineapple (oh la la). The garlic bread was memorable and I’m surprised they let us back on the ship. Not only was ...
The word 'voyage' is most appropriate to describe either spacecraft or sea going vessels. So it was most fitting to be wished a 'Bon Voyage' by Natalie, my air bnb host in Tahiti, as she presented me with a string of shells as a parting gift. It’s not that I was about to shoot into space but I was boarding the Aranui 3 Freightliner for a fortnight voyage around the islands of northern French Polynesia passing by the Tuomotos to the Marquesas.