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... resorts ($10 per beer) so we stopped at one of the only supermarkets on Moorea, to grab some drinks and snacks for a significant discount. The trip to the grocery store alone probably paid for the cost of the rental roadster... The pictures and videos are pretty funny, so please enjoy. One thing we haven't done yet at our resort is swimming and playing with the Dolphins. There are 3 dolphins at our resort, and they are amazing. Today as ...
... portion of the trip. 8 hours after takeoff, we land in Papeete, capital of Tahiti. It's 5am here, a little cloudy, foggy, TE dawn has yet to break. We can see the sharp volcanic mountain peaks in the middle of the island, a really cool sight. We zip through customs and head to our shuttle service. The bus is waiting for other reserved seats, so we have 20 minutes to spend. We decide to walk through a grab and go cafe. The ...
... the small royal blue fish, the fish with yellow fins, the fish with black and red saddles, the pretty fish with a mauve snout and a couple of huge fish, as well as ordinary nondescript ones. It was fun. No wonder there are always people snorkelling in the lagoon (with the resort equipment). Dinner tonight was an Asian theme - with decorations - and Japanese food as well as the usual Asian fare. All very ...
... no one really comes to them. Everyone is tired from traveling and it just doesn’t work very well with our schedule. So hopefully we won’t do many of those but who knows.
After that I grabbed some food at the buffet which was nice. Usually our shows are later so by the time we get out all the food places are closed, but tonight’s shows were early so we could eat, ha!
I can already tell how our schedule has calmed down so much, and I am liking ...
... goods around the islands and has 147 tourists thrown in for good measure. I was one English speaker in a dorm of 7 French ladies. I understand more than I can speak and observing them talk, discuss and ruminate over dinner is like watching a war time drama without the subtitles.
The majority of my fellow travellers are retired and I really noticed the change of pace. I realised early on that I’d have to stop itching to get up and down steps ...