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... on to a really posh hotel! It had the cabins over the water, and apparently had glass floors in the bottom so you could see all of the sea wildlife at night! Wow! - well back to our wooden hut!!!
On the beach just around the corner from us we were told there was a lagoon where you could swim with sting rays and sharks, so we splashed out on a day boat trip to do this. When we got off the boat into the lagoon it was amazing to see the black ...
... a high rock face. To us, it felt hemmed in especially as there were many trees on the ocean side. The hotel was definitely past its best and although it is part of a four star American chain it was shabby and dull. There were masses of fruit flies everywhere which we are sure is related to the climate. However the bathroom windows didn't close properly so there were stacks in our room. They do not live for long and so the floor in the corners of the room ...
... br> I was worried about the safety demo so before dinner we called at reception to reconfirm that we could not attend the safety demo and that we would attend it on the 27th as we’d been advised we could. “There is nothing on the 27th. You must attend.”
“We can’t, we won’t be here. We have the letters in our room for both dates.” was my reply. We fully understand the seriousness and ...
... line - I departed from Auckland on Monday morning and arrived Sunday afternoon in Tahiti) I noticed that Tahiti is just the beginning of countless other paradise islands. Although Tahiti boasts with incredible sceneries, perfect sunsets etc., unlike most people would think, it's not famous for its beaches. There are some nice black sand beaches, but you might get disappointed if you're looking for shallow, palm-fringed ...
... Served? (laughed again).
However, anyone who passes up the opportunity of wandering around Auckland’s friendly and reassuringly-familiar-whilst-sub-tropic ally-exotic streets (for a Brit anyway) must be mad, or dead… So we braved the elements on a daily basis…OK, so it was cold at night but actually we had lots of warm sunshine during the day which meant we had a whale of a time being city-break tourists.
And we were ...