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... told her the owner is cheap because a $5 strap can fix the dilemma of them blowing into the sea.
After being denied room service, we were antsy so we watched Friday the 13th and chilled on the terrace. This place beats Maldives in the stargazing department as well. I think every square inch of the sky is covered with stars. I would bring a telescope if I ever come back here because it is quite remarkable looking. I would also bring a camera that takes nice night shots of stars. ...
... hotel we had a snack lunch of a roll, yoghurt and fruit snaffled from breakfast and stored in the mini bar fridge in our room. Next we completed our packing and waited for the mini bus to arrive at 4:00 to take us to the ferry terminal. There we joined the foot passengers to board the ship and watched to make sure that our luggage was loaded on board. The crossing from the Island was quite choppy as we bounced our way across to Pape'ete. We stayed sitting in ...
... as many tours and activities as I could. The ATV tour yesterday had been booked months ago. Tours arranged through ships are notoriously expensive. The World’s were even more so. A Moorea lagoon tour had proved problematic. The tour I most wanted to take was with Hiro (www.hirotour.com/).
But Hiro wasn’t offering a lagoon tour on Thursday, just a 4wd safari. So I tried Moorea Boat Tours. What an eventual waste of a lot of ...
The weather forecast for the rest of time here in Moorea is not very good but we knew it was rainy season.
After our five days at the beach house, we moved to the North West of the island, about 20 minutes by car. We are staying at the same hotel we stayed six years ago. I did not realise that Ariana was only 5 years old then. I am happy that she ...
... The charming waterfront esplanade is also
reminiscent of the French Riviera.
It's just too much to accept, how else could you trump that?
We spent most of our time at the Marche, a colorful bustling municipal
market. There were intricate wood carvings, coconut and monoi oil
in various scents, designer style pareos in bright Gauguin colours,
mother of pearl shells, and Ukuleles of different sizes.