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... Hotel which also houses a turtle nursery and a dolphin centre in their lagoon. There was a lady spending some time with a dolphin in the pool, being filmed, which was interesting to watch. The turtles are kept there (and named by generous donors) for two years and then released into the sea. After that we went up a spectacular mountain to a lookout where we had a marvellous vista of mountains, bays and the sea beyond. Moorea seems to be surrounded by a reef, which robs ...
... has been great for these people. Like many places the missionaries here wiped out much of the culture when they brought Christianity here. Many of the traditional dances and songs have been lost along with other great cultural practices that these people enjoyed. One such practice involved young people travelling village to village throughout their home islands and enjoying the hospitality and women of different tribes. Basically they got to go on a sexscapade in ...
... harbour of Cook's Bay, Moorea into a golden green. So green, it looks like it has been painted by some mad painter that was colour blind. The lush greenery goes from the sea shore to the tips of the highest peaks that tower some 1500 feet above this beautifully calm and serene anchorage. Mountains, so majestic and wind worn, that it looks like some giant has taken bites out of the ridges to leave impossible shapes that defy gravity. Surely ...
... donned our swim suits and sarongs and heading for the pool. We had a lazy swim and lay on loungers by the pool for a while before going back to our room to get ready for dinner. It is such hard work being on holiday in Tahiti. After another cocktail, which was a Mo'orea sling and not a patch on a Singapore sling, we headed for the restaurant for dinner. We were to see another dance group at 8:00 and ...
Following a lazy breakfast we were collected by a mini bus for the transfer to the ferry that would take us across to Mo'orea. The bus journey took about 30 minutes and as it was day light we were able see the buildings and centre of Pape'ete much better than when we had travelled to the hotel late in the evening. We saw some very nice houses and also some very poor ones. Most were behind high walls and many of the walls were daubed with graffiti. Once we were at the jetty ...