Hotel Kon Tiki Pacific
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... to go back to sleep as you don't usually see rats in the day light. After a couple of hours sleep, we did abit of packing and then headed out for a sun bathe. Today has been the hottest day of our trip here and we kept having to have a paddle to cool down. Yes I got back in the sea, Matty decided he wanted to go in the kayaks and head to a little island just off the Coast line it would probably take about 20 minutes to get there. We set off and the sea started getting choppier ...
... for my 1st 6 days in Tahiti, it was raining and cloudy for 2 of my last 3 days which really limited my options. It did as the stay did in general allow me to rest relax and recuperate after over 5 months of hectic travel.
As for the Wifi issue. I talked to the owner Fred about this and he claimed that the pension didnt have wifi because the atmosphere wouldnt be so good at the pension if everyone was on the iphone all of the time. A few of the other ...
... pm – Lecture by Dr. Stephen Cole, journalist or Dance Class or Movie (The One I Love – 2014)
2:00 pm - Movie: Third Person (2013) with Liam Neeson
2:15 pm – Computer University@sea (working with Adobe Photoshop)
2:30 - Duplicate Bridge or, if you prefer, Mah-Jongg
And it goes on through 5:30 when folks begin getting ready for dinner and for the ...
... the empty rooms as soon as possible, traveling between bungalows on their electric carts. The departing guests always walk slowly and sombrely, as if resuming the weight of their worldly troubles as they depart. Today we were able to feed the fish from our deck. Last night I smuggled a couple of rolls from our basket at dinner (it seems many people do) - we had stripy fish, those long skinny pale ...
... the crÍpe, obviously, something was lost in the translation as he said they don’t have crÍpe on the menu. It wasn’t the best meal, but it was good to eat off the ship. The good news was the wine was great.
Nevertheless, it was a good day and night out and we were much more impressed with Papeete than we were last time.
Looking forward to tomorrow, Moorea. We have booked a private tour to swim with the manta rays and reef sharks and BBQ lunch which should be ...
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