Travel Blogs from Rangiroa
HAPPY NEW YEAR! It is 2015!! Ever since Christmas I feel like the days are going fast, we have less than three weeks left here on the ship! We are starting to say things like "One more Turn-Around Day!" or “One more morning of (Chicken) Tenders!” Haha! It is crazy, but everyone is ready to go.
I don’t LOVE working on a ship like I LOVED being a Young American. But I do like it, I really enjoy our shows, the company has treated me well, I get to travel and get ...
... our two numbers for the show without Natalie. It honestly was a mess and I was pretty nervous before going on stage but I love having to change things at last minute and just make it work.
So I had a night to myself in our cabin and I spent it watching “You Me and Dupree” and eating like half a bag of potato chips.. you all know I never eat chips so I don’t know what got into me. But Natalie is OK and she is back ...
... sectioned off with tall cement walls/blocks about hip height, so I unfolded my towel and laid out there for a good hour or more.
It was nice just relaxing to the sounds of the ocean for a while. I noticed many people looking at a board that was posted up and I figured it was a map. So after I got my things together I went over to take a look at it. It was information about dolphins! I looked out into the sea and ...
... 1086;жно 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.
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