Pension Nahe Toe Toe
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Boat packed, what a process, and finally headed out with a nice fresh breeze. So nice to be out on the water. Walked around town a bit to grab a few things. Games and water activities day happening so checked out the local culture. Raining again between sun shining. Very humid weather but so nice to be in it. Anchored at ...
... the water by our bungalow and watched the fish for a while. There were not many colorful fish, but the fish were plenty.
By the time we were done playing in the water and washed up, and downloaded the video/pictures, it was around 1. We went to lunch and I had one of the best salad!! It has grapefruit, chicken, avocado, lettuce, hard-boiled eggs, toasted macadamia nuts, etc. Just delicious!
The Warrens and we played games for a while after ...
... in French sometimes we got lots of detail, sometimes they
did. He did a great job.
We went for a bit of a scenic cruise past a humungous private yacht called Mayan Queen owned by Mexican billionaire Albert Bailleres. It has six decks and is 92 metres long! Wow.
We then headed through into Maroe Bay and past the ship where we spent a great deal of time trying to explain the concept of The World to everyone after Parker ...
... t got an ALLOCATED SEAT NUMBER!
Anyway, we managed to find two suitable seats when we stormed the aircraft. Unfortunately we picked the wrong side for the best views of Moorea but were on the right side for views of Huahine – another dreamy island that no one has ever heard of, and one over which we would watch the sun rise every day for the next six days on Raiatea.
Raiatea itself is one of Bora-Bora’s ...
... the island. The trip took approximately 4 hours, and we made sure we stopped at the famous Marae which is steeped in so much history.
We've been very happy being here in Raiatea, but we're now ready to move on to the last part of our journey which, weather permitting, will take in Aitutaki in the Cook Islands, Palmerston Island, Nuie, Vavau in Tonga and then Fiji where we have booked a spot for Equinox II at the Musket Cove Marina & ...