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... David, and David agreed that I should go. OMG. Underwater in a bubble, on a bike for 35 minutes or so. I am not sure about this whole idea. Since Priscilla was not going to use her seat, both Justin and Ty chimed out "...I'll take Grammy...". I could not make this decision which boy would be in the driver's seat of the second bike. I left that decision up to them. Whichever one was on the loading ramp area, was going to be the one who wold be with me. Lida offered the ...
... I started panicking and has a massive breakdown. I nearly got tipped out by one wave and then was more than enough for me. The thought of falling in knowing there is a shark lurking about sent me in to mass panic. Matty didn't know what to do with me and kept trying to calm me down. Eventually we got back in the shore line and I breathed a sigh of relief. I told Matty to go for it by him self but even he said the sea was too rough. The manager told us that if you go ...
Up at 8.00, and at 8.40 Emeric gave us a lift to a beach near the airport about forty minutes walk from the port. He was going in that direction anyway and had an appointment. He is a Chiropractor. We spent several hours on the beach, sunbathing and swimming. There was a Sofihotel just along the beach, with lots of over-the-water bungalows, but we didn't make use of it. At 1.00 we made our way to the road to hitch a lift, walk or catch a bus. However ...
... ship and enjoyed a farewell cocktail party
and light dinner with the orchestra playing on deck. Off to the stifling hot, non air conditioned airport at Papeete to catch our flight home on Air Tahiti. After waiting in line for an hour, we were able to go upstairs to the business lounge to cool off before boarding our flight 11:30 pm to Los Angeles.
From LAX we will fly to Houston and then to Fort Myers.
Well... That is all! This adventure is over. On to the next!
... was hard to take after being in the comfort of the air conditioned ship,but thankfully the car had a good a/c as well.
First stop we decided to go check out the Tahiti museum.
We found the displays were very good and gave us a good insight on life as it was in Polynesia. Not unlike that of New Zealand's early history as well.
Funny that:- they are descendants!
We wanted to at least paddle in the tempting ...