Hotel La Pirogue
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... were empty, save for three. There, a young Tahitian guy, Martin, was teaching a French couple (honeymooners?) how to weave a basket from long green leaves. He said the baskets would be used for meat and vegetables that would be cooked in a pit covered with banana leaves at the dance and dinner event the next day. He asked the teacher if she'd like to learn how to weave a basket, she said yes, so he got her started. A half hour later, she was done. Then Martin presented it to her as ...
... off , and the bubbles began to flow in the ocean. Quickly 5 glasses were filled, and we once again began out cocktail hour. Thanks to Sebastian for teaching student #2. I guess it is going to be my turn tomorrow night to open champagne with a saber. OMG! Dinner tonight was in their fine dining, michelin star restaurant, right on the sea edge. Lovely. My table sitting was with the Buckner family. We found an excellent bottle of Pomerol wine, and both tables shared ...
... adding a Marina complex to it in order to create a point of difference.
Having said that these islands remain spectacularly beautiful and idyllic. They are certainly worth putting on the bucket list and fairly high up as well. Unfortunately I didn’t get to explore much of Tahiti or any of Moorea, as I was yacht bound whilst we undertook servicing and repair work. We were actually the first yacht to moor at the brand new Marina right in the heart of Papeete, ...
... it. This applies to shoes, holidays and food. In fact, he has only had 2 different dinners so far on the cruise, the only reason for the change is he initially didn't realise they had gluten free pasta. His first choice is always gluten free pasta, second choice chicken. These 2 dishes have made up 95% of his dinners since we have been away. I'm pleased to report the new shades are different, I think they have stopped selling the other ones.
After an easy evening sail we cruised into the Society Island group of French Polynesia. The island is known as Bora Bora. We got up in time to see the sun rise again, but it was not as spectacular as the day before. Cruising in we could see the coral reef that goes all the way around the island. There is only one gap in the reef, which is where the cruise ship goes through at. All around us are smaller islands and islets known as motus. The main island of Bora Bora is 6 miles long and ...