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... 1078;но увиде 90;ь ее целик 86;м (мы сфото 75;рафир& #1086;вали, когда призе 84;лялис& #1100; 2 дня назад). Но ...
... It was such a short ride, but it felt very long when we walked :-)
Back on the ship around 2.Showered and cleaned. Had hamburgers for lunch. Our ship weighed anchor at 4:30. I got out on the balcony and watched Rangiroa as our ship sailed away - somehow I had not done this before.
We had dinner at the French specialty restaurant Jaques at 8pm. Again, stuffed myself. Continued packing after dinner. Tomorrow will be our last port call, Raiatea.
... me of something that would happen at Powell! Ha
We were lucky to be there for the production of Alex's rendition of the play Romeo and Juliet. She had to completely write the script herself, cast the characters and set the stage. It was so good! She did such a great job. I was stage helper to help organize costumes and props. The best part was that our captain Gareth was cast as Juliet and first mate Teh was Romeo. Hysterical!!!
We end our time in the Tuamotus with ...
Hi everyone! Thanks for all your comments. We really love hearing from you and keeping us up to date on the current events going on at home. We miss you all so much!! CRUISING OMG! We traveled for 48 hours to arrive at the Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia. When we were about 20 miles out we see what we thought were dolphins. So everyone gathers on the bow and we thought wow those are pretty big dolphins. Then we all say those aren't dolphins those are whales. We then think what ...
... walk on them. Not more than 10 feet above sea level, there aren't mountainous vistas or craggy mountains to wow the eye with panoramic views; no, the viewing is under the water.
Rangiroa, which means "extended sky," is located 200 miles NE of Papeete. It is actually a series of islands around a central lagoon, making it the largest atoll in Polynesia and the second largest in the world. It is about 40 miles long and 125 miles around; ...