Hotel Kon Tiki Pacific
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... around: When we awoke we opened the curtains in the living room and discovered that we had a balcony overlooking the beach. The view of the beach was masked by tall trees but we could see the waves breaking on the beach which shelved steeply in places. The sand was, disappointingly, black sand and the sea looked very dark indeed. We discovered later when we walked on the beach that the sea is so powerful as it hits the beach that it churns up the sand and ...
... by day. Wow.
Up the lift to the top of the ship and pool area – the most beautiful pool that would not be out of place at any luxury hotel, a pool bar and an outdoor restaurant. Inside and we were shown an Asian restaurant, another bar and finally at the stern an Italian restaurant with a terrace that would be beautiful to sit out on when the ship was underway.
Up a set of stairs to deck 12 – full size tennis court, golf ...
... no taxis so we end up pulling our luggage for about half a mile back to the Tiare Hotel. It would have been ok if it had not been so hot.
We sit at a cafe in the evening and have a meal and watch the Black Watch leave and two other cruise ships arrive. It's a busy harbour.
In Papeete there is a rush hour at 16.30 and then everything is closed by 17.00. The cafe we are at is about the only place open.
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