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... the outrigger canoe and rowed for a while. Then we had lunch around 1. After that, the Warrens came to our OWB (because they had to vacate theirs by 1pm because new guests were coming and they needed that bungalow) and we played games till close to 4pm. Air conditioned place was the only place I wanted to be at - it was too hot and humid for my liking, unless I could stay in the water.
The motor boat took us to Raiatea around 4:20. The ...
Monday 24 March and Sunday 23 March, again
A Statesman limo was waiting for us as we walked out the door of the hotel. Nice! Not sure that either of us needed the lesson in Australian and New Zealand economics delivered to us. Ah well, he was a nice enough guy, maybe wasted as a cab driver though.
We'd bid to upgrade our seats from economy to business for the flight to Papeete (Pape’ete) and the bid was accepted so instead of the chaos ...
... The charming waterfront esplanade is also
reminiscent of the French Riviera.
It's just too much to accept, how else could you trump that?
We spent most of our time at the Marche, a colorful bustling municipal
market. There were intricate wood carvings, coconut and monoi oil
in various scents, designer style pareos in bright Gauguin colours,
mother of pearl shells, and Ukuleles of different sizes.
... status of our room. They said 15 minutes, but then they said there was a bad smell and were going to give us another, so it would be an hour. They gave us a key to a transit room (basically a room with a shower and sink) so we changed and went swimming in the infinity pool. There were 2 young girls in the pool and the older one was very friendly and ended up challenging Keith to a race across the pool. I think Keith won--barely. ...
... into the Intercontinental to have a look. This is situated on a very pretty part of the island at the point of a small bay, with very white sandy beaches. We sat by the pool and had a beer watching the guests frolic in the water and lie on the beach. Very relaxing, but you could be in any part of the Pacific. We then drove back to the small bank of shops nearby. Here we found Le Plantation restaurant and decided to have lunch. Our waitress( and I ...