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Up early for our departure in a yellow 4x4 which looked like a safari jeep with seats on both sides of the rear and a tarpaulin roof. The other passengers were a Swiss couple and a woman from the Marquesas with her three young sons. The first stop was at Cooks Bay or as it is known in Tahitian Pao Pao (this is where we had seen the cruise boat moored the previous day). Then we left the main road and went up a very steep hill which at first had concrete as ...
The breakfast at this hotel was good, on a par with that in the hotel on Pape'ete. Lots of fresh fruit including the sweetest pineapple either of us had ever tasted. Nothing like the acidic fruit we frequently have in the UK. Added to the good food was a sea view. Delightful. Just as you imagine Tahiti. A hot sun, white sand, a blue lagoon with the waves breaking on the far reef and palm trees. We did some ...
A la terminal del ferry de Moorea, comprem unes bosses de pinya tallada per menjar durant la curta travessa a Papeete. En John, pendent de les maletes. El perdem de vista i fins i tot pensem que el ferry ha salpat sense ell. Però per sort, no és així. El mar està molt mogut i l’Ariana està ben quieta per no marejar-se.
L’hotel està prop de la terminal i hi anem a ...
I could look at my race and break it down to the very tenths and hundredths of a second and how I could better myself. I am not that competitive of a person. Swimming was perfect for me—it's so individual. Because I was so obsessed with dropping those hundredths of a second, little by little I became one of the better swimmers on my team, in the state, in the country, and some of the world. Swimming was a year round sport, ...
... de Fruits de Moorea, which is a factory and distillery that makes fruit juices and liquors from the local fruit. Maharepa is the island’s commercial center. We stopped at Ron Hall’s to look at black pearls and to get a brief lesson on what to look for in a black pearl. They aren’t really totally black; the actual color ranges from slightly grayer than white to black with shades of rose or green. They are cultivated and take 2 years to grow. We ...
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