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... last stop was at a coral garden where there were many many tropical fish!! Absolutely amazing!! We all went in and just stayed by the boat. Very nice coral and tons of fish! Patrick brought a bunch of baguette so of course the fish all swarmed over. They were really eye candies!! I don't think there's anywhere else we could have enjoyed fish like this!
We came back to the ship around 5. The best feeling was after a nice shower and everything ...
... transvestites if I’m perfectly honest.
The march of the Mormons...
Touring the island we were surprised to see no less than four full-scale Mormon temples. With a population of just 12,000 that’s one temple for every 3,000 people. Back home in Woking that would translate as more than 20 Mormon temples, where I don’t think there is even one. In fact Woking is renowned as being a town with a high ...
... it working by the time we left. We went back about 3 to shower. We attended the Sunset Party and left to attend the enrichment lecture on Tahiti at the time of Captain Cook's voyages by archaeologist and anthropologist Mark Eddows. After dinner we attended "Krew Kapers" which was a show featuring the crew of the ship. It was my favorite show of the cruise. They have some really talented crew on board. There was singing, dancing, a juggler and a really funny Matrix ping pong ...
... under us! It was an amazing site. After that, we went to a place named “The Aquarium.” We were given a stale piece of bread and told to hold it in our fist. While snorkeling, we were surrounded by all kinds of colorful fish. The butterfly and angelfish would peck at our hands to get the bread. The guides lured out a moray eel with a piece of fish and feed it. We made it back to the boat for a late lunch. We then took a tender back to the village and did ...
... toward the ship. We found a bench, under a palm tree in the center of town. That is where mom found her cat. Since she found her in Bora Bora she named her Bertha. Go figure. Anyways, we caught her trying to stuff the kitty in the backpack. She wanted that grey stripped one. So we sat on the bench and I walked back to the market to snag us a baguette. It was 53 francs or about ...