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... weak my knee was, which is why, he said, that he always was wanting to check up on my knee and see it quite often. But now I have all 16 layers because of the therapy he has done on it and now he is making the tissue around each of my kneecaps strong as well.
He is just absolutely incredible- as a man and as a therapist and as a laundry master, ha which is just crazy. And I hope someday I can give him just a piece of what he has given me.
... that that are
easy to take part in. Also the Hawaiian couple teaches Hawaiian dancing which
is always a hit. Natalie and I made our appearance in our new grass skirts and
handmade leis with real orchids that we made in Arts & Crafts. Which by the
way Natalie and I aren’t being twins anymore for Halloween because I think they
want us to have legitimate costumes lol, shoot. But that was today, can’t wait
to really experience Bora Bora ...
... br> I managed to do some laundry in our bathroom which was a good way to fill in time.
The tender boats are off the ship, and don't have much ventilation in these tropical places, so I'm glad it was just a short journey.
I took a wander around the quay side to see what there was to see.
Polynesian music brought back memories of my teen aged days with my friends in NZ I
hadn't thought to get any cash from ...
... all met us at the dock for our final send off. As we sailed away they all stood at the dock and waved farewell with this white gloved hands. And waved. And waved. And waved. Until they were specks on the horizon. Flight to Tahiti was crowded. Then a 5 hour layover in Tahiti. It was like coming home to our over-night stay in the Tahiti airport many moons ago. It's a very odd airport. We arrived at 7pm and EVERYTHING at the ...
... like a removed tumor or something. Hmmm. Dessert was fresh fruit and coconut. After lunch we digested and then took a tour around the whole private Motu. As soon as we started the tour a storm rolled in and we proceeded in the rain. Kinda nice (Ruthie didn't think so). She started hysterically laughing midway through I thought maybe she had gotten the Dingy Fever. The tour reinforced my desire for my own private island! We returned for more time to ...