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... buying a black pearl - good quality round pearls start at $600 and in a nice setting for a silver chain top $1,000. She said she'd feel like she'd always have to wear it to justify that expense. We did see some nice colorful blown glass and some intricately carved wooden oars as well as carved replicas of outrigger vessels the Polynesians used to explore the Pacific, but we will be on Papaeete soon and prices will be lower and variety greater should we choose to buy anything. ...
... we can walk to the summit and see, as if from the top of the world, much of the northwest coast and out to the fringing reef that creates the lagoon we will explore the following day. We stop at a school for agriculture that serves us small plates containing dabs of marmalades and jellies from locally-grown fruit - papaya, passion fruit, pineapple, some sort of berry, and several others. We are invited to buy scoops of fruit sherbet (most of us do), before heading ...
... at 11:40p.m. The first thing we did after getting our rooms, was make a plan to meet down at the pool within 20 minutes or so. It wasn't long before we took over one part of this lovely pool area, and ordered drinks. I tried to get into the water more than once to join the kids.... but found it much too cold.... so chose to sit in a lawn chair, under an umbrella, and take pictures. There was a ping pong table, and Justin asked if I would like to ...
... just live off half a pack of noodles for 5 days... Apparently. The old lady had told us there was a little shop 200 m walk from where we were so we were heading there for bread and jam. Just as we were about to start making a move to the shop, we suddenly turned from being in paradise to a work site. A hammer drill, Jack hammer, rip saw and grinder suddenly took paradise to anything but. We came out of our bungalow and saw the reality of what was covered in darkness the ...
Sunday 26th April, Day 9 at sea.
The rough seas seem to be behind us, but the skies are still grey and overcast. We woke this morning hoping to see some blue sky, but this was not to be. There was low cloud and drizzle all day, although it is not cold, it is about 21 degrees. After a late breakfast, we went to the screening of a movie, The Imitation Game in the theatre, and then had a light lunch mid-afternoon. In between ...