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... overlooking "the most beautiful place on earth!", I couldn't be happier. Sebastian made all of our dinner reservations, and returned confirming our 6:30pm suishi dinner time. Also saying that he would have bikes taken care of for all of us )Grammy with a three-wheeler), and snorkeling equipment at our villas in the morning. About an hour before dinner, my villa (#214) was ready, and Sebastian returned and took me and my stuff to my home in ...
Well, after almost 10 months of malingering, lounging, scurrying and gawping we have set about turning the corner on our round the World trip/odyssey, and finally crossing the Pacific. It is time to stow our backpacks in the hold, haul up the gangplank and set sail once more. (Yes you heard that right).
I feel that this is where I am pretty much guaranteed to alienate a goodly chunk of my small but devoted readership by telling you what we are up to next, and ...
... Seven artillery guns were set up at strategic points around the island to protect it, however the island saw no combat over the course of the war and the base was closed in June 1946. Today the island's economy relies almost solely on tourism.
Our ship anchored in the lagoon, and like yesterday, the little tender boats which each hold about 100 people, were lowered to transport passengers to the shore and back. The weather is humid and about ...
... at CPW. We did not know her as it was about the time we moved up North but we know lots of the same people, small world. Most of the people on the boat were from Australia followed by the US. Not many Brits at all.
Wills made a video diary every ...
... which many people on the ship are fighting. ("infective lung illness") Our Robitussin, Tylenol, and Chloraseptic had not done enough. Jack’s fever was still 99.7 and he was miserable. Amoxicillin and Robitussin were prescribed, and by evening the fever was gone. It would take several days for Jack to regain his strength. Yes, we did get our flu shots.
We would soon arrive at Vaitape, Bora Bora, our first port of call in French ...