Moorea Fare Miti
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... the trip, so we grabbed a drink and started chatting about how fabulous the resort and island is. Alison and I went for a relaxing massage (we both passed out during it), and then we turned in early for the night skipping dinner to conclude our first day in Moorea. The next day we woke up around 4:30am a little jet-lagged, but just in time to watch the sunrise from our deck overlooking the lagoon. Random roosters are crowing around the island, but ...
First Flight complete. No major issues. Have to say, American Airlines newer planes are really nice. I know everyone swears by United, but I think this plane was nicer... On the 5.5 hour flight, the latest issue of SkyMall magazine was very helpful generating Xmas present ideas... We arrived at LAX with a 7 hour layover. We had to leave our terminal and go back through security in the international terminal, however we couldn't check-in and go ...
... of water, no more than 25 meters from the tree lined shore, I finally felt that at last, I and Orca were safe. Soon I could sleep. I sent text's via sat phone to both Kathie and Andrew to let them know I was at Moorea, then fell into bed and a deep sleep.
This is my second night here; the first day I arrived was just a blur as I had not slept for almost 14 hours. Tonight, as the last of the afternoon sun, turns the hills that ...
... donned our swim suits and sarongs and heading for the pool. We had a lazy swim and lay on loungers by the pool for a while before going back to our room to get ready for dinner. It is such hard work being on holiday in Tahiti. After another cocktail, which was a Mo'orea sling and not a patch on a Singapore sling, we headed for the restaurant for dinner. We were to see another dance group at 8:00 and ...
... we were passing through the reef surrounding Mo'orea using a very well marked channel. On Pape'ete the ferry terminal had been adjacent to a French Naval yard and there was, a little further along a container port. By contrast the ferry terminal on Mo'orea seemed to be all that there was to the port area. The water was certainly not deep enough to take a container ship or even a cruise ship. Once off the ferry we collected our bags on the quay side and went to look for ...