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... to thwart tender ticket scammers. So what's happening, people are getting in line once, asking for 10 or 15 tickets, saying they need them for a group of people they're going with, then keep all these early numbered tickets for themselves, using two each tender day and never having to stand in line again. So the ship started issuing and calling the numbers from highest to lowest number which puts numbers like #40 first and #1 last. That'll teach them. Also, you must ...
... on board.
On this leg
we cross the Equator and with that of course comes the tradition of greeting
King Neptune and having the lowly "Pollywoggles" (first time crossers) being
initiated or humiliated with a Deck Party following later.
It was a lot of fun. The days have been kind, the seas only "slight" and the sun shining with the temperature on the crossing at a lovely 32 degrees Celsius ...
... bikes were. Justin took a postcard out of his pocket, and began telling me in detail just how unbelievably wonderful this experience was. David and the boys had not return yet, so Priscilla stayed with us nursing on a warm tea, as I celebrated a mild TanquerA tonic, with lime. Priscilla left us, when he saw the next tender returning to the ship, feeling that her family was not returning. After a quck games of cut-throat shuffleboard -- the rest of us returned ...
... Village and just even around the resorts. Therefore, although still very much a place for couples, one should not feel embarrassed, ashamed, or hesitate coming to French Polynesia on his/her own. I was truly shown the great nature, friendliness, and hospitality of the people that live here. All of that topped with good weather and crystal clear waters, who won't want to ...
... because Pora Pora means "first born" as it was the 1st of the Island
chain to rise from the sea. The letter "P" doesn't exist in the Tahitian language and Captain Cook
mistook the softened sound of the "P" for a "B" and called the Island Bora Bora.