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Travel Blogs from Punaauia
... Sharks swimming around the boat, fish
of all colours and sizes, moray eels (I saw the biggest one of these ever! It
terrified me!) and a whole manner of other creatures I wouldn’t even want to
hazard a guess at what they were.
Seeing these places has been incredible. I can imagine that
only a few people would ever have the means and the money to get to places like
this, they are so remote and so ...
... damn pigeons, finally ……You are never leaving me alone again, we are back!
We head back to the ship to cool down. Finally we head to lunch. Warm bread (slightly broken from shooing away pigeons, and an assortment of fresh cheeses and butter.) Yum. Pistachio ice cream tops it off.
It is a cast show tonight doing Broadway, just the 4 singers and a live band. It will be an early night, we are all ...
... an average speed of 20.5 knots but we were sailing into prevailing trade winds. We will arrive in Auckland on Sunday and will be crossing the International Date Line tomorrow i.e Tuesday. We lose out on Wednesday the 13th of February completely and once we’ve crossed the line we will go from GMT minus 12 hours on Tuesday to GMT plus 12 hours on Thursday – I think!!
The weather here is very hot and sticky with ...
... smoothies for those who wanted, and rang up 4 truckloads of tourists’ purchases. Meanwhile, the owner sat back, interrupting her break only to tell Mario how much to charge for each item.
The last stop before heading back to the ship was Marae Tetiiroa. Mario explained that this was an area where up until 1825, human sacrifices of warriors were made, followed by ritual eating of his heart and other body parts. (Once again, our thoughts drifted back to lunch.) Only ...
... or anyone else.
Had quite a few hours to spend in Papeete......Tyson tending his fish, Michael & Danielle took off and walked to the Intercontinental in time for Happy Hour!!!
Finally the boarding opened....the very nice people at Air Tahiti Nui put the 3 kids on the same flight as Michael and I and checked all 10 bags priority to SFO....they were ...