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There wasn't as much wind this morning so there were much better views to see the fish. Because of this, I fed some of them from my living room by opening up the glass cover on the table. The wind did pick up slightly during the day and also it clouded over for a ...
... before anyone can make a move) we discovered, much to our amazement, that when you factor in the cost of the onward flight from the Cooks to Tahiti, the one from Tahiti to Hawaii (a truly exorbitant once-a-week affair), and the cost of inter-island flights in Hawaii (there are no proper ferries here) it worked out cheaper to take the boat! I KNOW ITS RIDICULOUS!.....After several seconds deliberation, and a show of token resistance, we all opted for the boat ...
After a short ride in a sleek motorboat, we arrived at the hydraulic platform where we were briefed on the equipment, and then chose our scooter. The scooter seats two people and there was another couple also doing it with us. We chose the yellow scooter, nicknaming it the 'yellow submarine’, and sat on-board, as it was slowly lowered into the water. The scooter is equipped with dive tanks and has a helmet which allows your head to remain ...
... 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.
... lather my exposed skin with sunscreen, and I met our friends at 7:15 am. No tender boat delays, so we walked onto the Vaitape dock an hour earlier than necessary. My first lesson shopping for pearls was a sad one. The necklace that I thought was $20, was actually $200. I found some shade to sit in, and Yolanda sat with me. This is her first solo cruise. Her husband died two months ago, and she was bringing his ashes to Moorea which we will visit in a ...