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... and uncertainty that you'll be wondering if you've just watched the end of Inception again.
Our feeling of boarding a ferry that was taking us to a more deserted island, after just landing on a small island in the middle of nowhere just a day ago was fairly weird, but on the ferry we got to see some Dolphins; in the sea of course, they were not passengers.
We boarded our ferry, but not before being able to gain information. The ticket office mentioned that ...
... but that’s a different rant.) Instead of doing their duty, the public hides behind a meaningless “thank you” and the politicians clamor for another war against ISIS – a threat to the Middle East maybe but not to our freedom. If ISIS is really an existential threat, then Congress should fulfill its Constitutional duty and declare war. And Congress ought to pay for the war, not pass down trillions of dollars to our children ...
... lookout above the Sofitel and then just continued our drive around the island, stopping for a some shopping at a centre where everything was overpriced. We couldn't see the waterfall, because the wet season has only just started and it's not flowing yet. We also saw villagers lining up at water pumps, collecting water for their homes. I didn't realise what a poor economy it is. There are two large hotels that are closed down and abandoned. They are now becoming ...
... to go along with the itinerary of tours, so that I wouldn’t miss anything. I also thought that Ines would be able to get the itinerary and find me. This is a small town. It would be like finding a needle in a handful of hay.
I joined a 4x4 that would be taking us to the first stop at the island’s cathedral. Inside were two people who I didn’t recognise form the boat and who were joining us from that day onwards. It just so happened that they ...
... Tahiti does not actually have beaches except for one small black sand beach that you have to drive too. It's the other islands and atolls of French Polynesia that hold the amazing crystal clear beaches and we were the only travellers planning to stay in Tahiti! So we stocked up on $5 corn on the cob (that we ended up throwing away as it was terrible) and paid a small amount in gold to buy four containers of fruit ( which due to our lack of French turned out to be ...