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Travel Blogs from Raiatea
... quiet place and enjoy the ocean, this was it!
The evening came quietly and the sunset was really fast. Again I only captured a little of the sunset.
Dinner again was a delicious gourmet feast - bacon wrapped roasted banana, sushi (with chopsticks), froi gra with steak over risotto, and lemon mareng for dessert. Even though I was not a fan of froi gra and rare steak, it was deliciously prepared. So our gourmet experience from the ship has continued on.
... again - we started our cruise with dinner there, and ending there as well. My favorite restaurant on the ship! 5-star!
Tomorrow our ship will return to Papeete and our cruise will come to the end. Our flight to Raiatea is at 11:15am and the boat will pick us up at the Raiatea airport and take us to the Vahine resort near Taha'a. It'll be the 2nd leg of our trip and I'm looking forward to the OWB experience!
... and talked super loudly. They bragged about how many jets they owned and the places they had flown in them. The highlight....when they talked about their pilots one dude says "what you need to realise...is that your basically hiring a bus driver"....really, is that what you think. Oh how I wish your pilot could hear that...I fear you may find yourself in some terrible turbulence on your way home. Luckily they left shortly after we arrived.... But not before none of ...
... about 6 weeks now. The challenge is to find an English
computer in French Polynesia..
Papeete is a little like Surfers Paradise – tourist targeting from all levels - street
stalls to high-end pearl shops; all expensive and a lot of noise
In the meantime, domestics to be done…..
17 July - 2 August 2013 - Port of Papeete - Tahiti - Nui . French Polynesia
Actually we don't get away from Port Phaeton as ...
... days on Moorea. One day we spent on the shore, doing a spot of snorkelling – top spot was a large sea turtle gliding effortlessly by – and cycling the local vicinity. There was not a lot to see within cycling distance apart from tropical vegetation, more stunning mountain peaks and beautiful Polynesians at their leisure on palm-fringed beaches...How fussy we’ve become.
The second day, however, we were much ...