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... the island on which we were staying.
We decided to go out for dinner to Rudy's that night where we all had a delicious time eating escargot, duck and fresh fish (guess who had the duck?) We absolutely ate dessert and drank plenty of wine, so good thing we had a bit of a waddle home to let the food digest. Again, everyone had a nightcap and sat underneath the stars before heading to bed. We have an early morning excurision tomorrow, so no staying up too late!
... where we were going and she spoke to us. We think she was telling us that we were at the right place for the bus, it should be soon and that she wished her English was better. The bus journey! What an experience. The bus was packed with locals, the bus driver told us we couldn't get on at the front door with the case so Matty got on and paid and I dragged the case to the middle doors. The bus was rammed. I stood there and looked at the 3 steps up and figured there was no room for ...
This was our 2nd Tahitian island visit and I think our favourite so far. Moorea is a high island in French Polynesia situated approx. 17kms northwest of Tahiti and means 'Yellow Lizard'. Moorea is about 10 miles in width from the West to the East and has one road that goes around the island. We opted for a bus tour on this island which took us to the Belvedere ...
... On this occasion, it was around £7 more.
The rest of the day we chilled and planned the next day, a visit to the sister island of Moorea. As night fell, we were embroiled in a state of confusion and feeling unwanted as our conversations with the hosts turned quite sour. To cut a long story short, we were promised to be able to leave our luggage in the accommodation, they would then collected us from a our ferry and take us to the airport; they said no. We ...
... ship and enjoyed a farewell cocktail party
and light dinner with the orchestra playing on deck. Off to the stifling hot, non air conditioned airport at Papeete to catch our flight home on Air Tahiti. After waiting in line for an hour, we were able to go upstairs to the business lounge to cool off before boarding our flight 11:30 pm to Los Angeles.
From LAX we will fly to Houston and then to Fort Myers.
Well... That is all! This adventure is over. On to the next!