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This boat has a significantly older population than the last one, which just clipped the end of the school holidays and as a result had a rollicking party vibe. As I scanned the queue for the check-in in Sydney all I could see was a sea of white-thatched and wrinkly cruisers. The depressing part was not the number of oldies, but the fact that having turned 54 recently, I could legitimately be mistaken for a retiree, and I no longer stuck out. I fitted in! As ...
... an Essex accent is anything but posh fell on deaf ears. In between each round he would have a little chat, he seemed to think myself and Paisley knew each other before the cruise. I explained we had just met at dinner and that our husbands were both standing together on the balcony watching. This got looks of approval, apparently making cruise friends goes down well with the cruise veterans.
... Jack. Yes, children, your father has discovered frozen yogurt, and he eats it for dessert almost every evening now J It was 7:30 pm when we finally arrived and dropped anchor near Bora Bora. Some people rode tender boats ashore after 8:45 pm. We went to bed early.
In the morning, Jack brought me coffee and fresh orange juice from the Lido. We had booked a tour with the legendary Patrick Tairua, but Jack could not enjoy it. He ...
... is a string of barrier islands, mostly in the north and east, surrounding Bora Bora, locations for some very exclusive hotels. As you might suspect, the hotel rooms are mostly grass covered bungalows. We understand room rates are quite high, some as high as $1500 a night! There are also a number of other islands scattered around the other sides of the island.
Tai and Chase were quite anxious to get going. They were standing around in ...
... to get their treats. They are quite large. One could pet them on the top of them away from their mouth which is underneath. Their tails are very long. The crew said they would not harm anyone as they are use to people. Rich saw six of them right under where he was snorkeling. He as also able to pet several of them.
We moved onto another area where there were a few other boats anchoring in the shallow water. Here there ...