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... layover experience. Time to board for Honolulu. OK they called our row number. Time to show boarding pass and passport. Passport - no problem. Boarding pass - RED LIGHT AND BUZZER ALARMS. Dude comes over and pulls us out of line and takes our tickets and passports and tells us to wait. All other passengers go past and board plane. ALL other passengers. We wait for 10-15 minutes expecting them to roll the staircase away. ...
... cool contrast of colors from the dark blue deep ocean to the multi-light blue shades in the lagoon. Stumbled upon a coconut man who was harvesting coconuts from the trees. He offered us a fresh coconut and then proceeded shucking and cracking it for us. Fresh coconut water and meat. What a treat. Then we came across a lady who had a trap full of sea urchins so we went in for a closer look. We ask what she was doing with them and she told us Napoleon just ...
... amazing out here in the middle of the Pacific! It's hard to find Orion and the Big Dipper because there are SO many other stars that get in the way. It's wild. The fish are plentiful and colorful in the lights.
A quick run to the Business Center free internet to update blog and message some folks.
Bad news - I spent an hour dumping ALL my 1st leg pictures from my Canon, GoPro, and iPhone ...
... cruise, but just come straight to Bora Bora, stay in the OWB for a week and do the snorkeling.
There was a captain's reception at 5:30 today. We went and then had dinner at the Polo Grill, the 4th specialty restaurant, the steak house. Of the 4 specialty restaurants, this was probably the least exciting one. Our entrees took a long time. The delay turned out to be because the kitchen got my order ...
... as you look at Viatape. On the end of Moto Toopua were some very sad looking overwater bungalows at what was very obviously an abandoned resort. Sadly the decaying Bora Bora Lagoon Resort wasn’t the last one we’d see.
We weren’t in any rush to get off the ship as we had two full days to enjoy Bora Bora. Eventually we took the tender across to the strange little place that was Vaitape. Something was going on in the large covered ...
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