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... were retuned to our hotel at about 2pm - just in time for our nap! After the nap I tried to use the Internet up in reception but it's not working - neither the wifi nor the computer with the modem attached. Dinner tonight in the restaurant was lovely. We were smart this time - we went to the bar during happy hour, when the cocktails are half price, ordered our cocktails and then took them in to dinner! At 7.30pm a cultural group started doing Tahitian dancing. It was ...
... than actually swimming.
We were welcomed onto the boat with the customary singing and dancing spectacular. I had been sitting in the lounge enjoying a cup of 24-hour-a-day-available coffee (another plus!) when a be-boned and beaded male dancer came in to check himself in the mirror before the show. What a spectacle he was in himself! Tattooed almost from head to toe and the only thing I know to be Broader is in Norfolk. He left the mirror and ...
... did a lot of walking and brushed up on our French!
Mark had a surf session with another longboard champ, which was amazing and he managed to put the 7 - 9 year old children (also on our trip) to shame...sort of!
On the 24th we boarded the ferry to go to Moorea. This is an island about half an hour sail from Tahiti described as 'the little sister to Bora Bora' so as you can imagine we were very excited to see the typical white ...
... we landed. The flight took about five hours but having taken off on 3 April we landed on 2 April. We had crossed the international date line and so gone backwards in time and would spend the night of the 2nd again, but not in Auckland this time. We would be in Pape'ete. On entry into the airport at Pape'ete we were greeted by two musicians playing dance music and a lady dancing, hips swaying and arms beckoning. We couldn't mistake where we were. In ...
Monday 24 March and Sunday 23 March, again
A Statesman limo was waiting for us as we walked out the door of the hotel. Nice! Not sure that either of us needed the lesson in Australian and New Zealand economics delivered to us. Ah well, he was a nice enough guy, maybe wasted as a cab driver though.
We'd bid to upgrade our seats from economy to business for the flight to Papeete (Pape’ete) and the bid was accepted so instead of the chaos ...
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