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Travel Blogs from Huahine
... bit. For those of us who did not swim too well, he dropped us off at the picnic site where we could go in the shallow water. For the rest, he took them drift snorkeling. Ira and Fran later told us that the snorkeling was good, but the current was strong so they drifted very fast.
The Motu picnic was as I remembered. The marinated raw tuna, barbecued chicken and fish, etc. etc. Everything was delicious. And Armando ...
... more geological features and landforms in one day than I did in my entire
University career. I bet you any money my old lectures would kill to see this
island, and I’d love to see the look on their faces when they find out I’ve
been. It was dreamlike, nowhere I have ever been before has left me with such
an appreciative view on the world. Quite a powerful place, to put it mildly.
Of course to get there was no ...
... 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 ...
... These natural formations are all over the island. This was a nice stop as we got to watch a few surfers picking some nice waves very close to where we were standing.
The last stop took us to Point Venus. The lighthouse there was designed by Robert Louis Stevenson's father. The black sand beach here was where Wallace first traded with the Polynesian natives and also where Cook set up his ...
... are no bus stops, no time tables, no bus numbers. So we considered it a big success. Before we went to French Polynesia we arranged a meeting with a tattooist James Samuela from Moorea. We should have met him at noon the same day we got to Moorea and as we arrived early enough, we could check in in Camping Nelson and went for a swim in the lagoon. Our room was simple but sufficient. As a bonus, we had some geckos on the walls :-) The lagoon view ...