Pension Poe Iti
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... quite a bit. So those are just a few ways of how that all trickled down to affect the crew.
One man was a big complainer and very intense about the dance classes we offer on board. Keep in mind these dance classes are geared towards elderly people with no experience so long story short, I nicely told this passenger to chill out.
We also have been rehearsing our long lost show "Shake Rattle and Roll" that we haven’t performed ...
... airport, and I'm sure one of them could easily sneak on the plane. Our flight is supposed to be quick, 30-40 minutes. Then we have 5 nights to relax and explore Bora Bora, and everyone says it's much nicer than Moorea which we didn't think was possible... We arrive in Bora Bora, and is truly the most beautiful place we have ever seen... The water and mountain views are surreal. As we enter our ...
... all that he went through trying to prolong her life. Searching for money for a huge operation and agreeing to donate so much of himself for her, his life. Ugh, it was just incredible. And how much his family did for her and for him. And he said it all without a tear in his eye because he is just that strong now. He says "when you are a dad, you can do anything, you are willing to do anything for her". I want to respect his privacy of his personal life ...
... You have to pay like $80 cover going in the pool, lunch,
and a drink, so we don’t do that but I took some pictures!
And later that day during sail away there was one of the most beautiful
rainbows I have ever seen! (Besides a
full rainbow I saw while I was in Germany summer of 2012). It was a really nice
day, I love ...
Sailed from Bora Bora to Maupiti and just as were coming up to the lagoon entrance we spotted whales breaching. Some got off the boat hoping to swim with them. A cat and mouse game happened and then we sailed into the lagoon. Moored and had yummy lunch. 4 of us went onto the island and saw the stone carvings. Then found a really unusual house that had been created with coral and shells and met a very unusual ...