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On top of all the beach bumming around, hiking, and diving that we did here on Moorea, we also fit in some time to check out a couple of different things, mainly consisting of snorkeling! The two big snorkel trips we did wre to Lagoonarium, a big tourist attraction on the south side of the island, and a Kayak trip out to a sand bar on the northern side of the island to swim with sharks and rays! Lagoonarium was a bit of a fluke, we ...
... found me there
not too long after! Yesss I was so happy when I saw her haha. We started having a random deep talk and it
was great and then we made our way back to Deck 13 again. A girl up there asked
if I’d take her tour the next day because her schedule changed and she has to
stay on the ship. Ughhh, I’ve been saying I wanna take more tours so I took it,
but I had to be up in like 7 hours from that moment.
We went down and grabbed the ticket and I ...
... and the lighthouse where Captain Cook observed the planets on his exploration of the Pacific region. The lighthouse was apparently a gift from France.
As time was marching on we had to zoom back to the airport to return the car, but managed to stop for a photo opportunity.
Gee I hope my photos are OK on the laptop!
We made it back in time to get the last shuttle to the ship, rather upset that the agreed price in ...
... the Belvedere Lookout. I was glad we walked though, because along the way we were able to go off the main road and into the forest to explore the paths that led to ruins scattered around the area. It was interesting to read and see the fairly well preserved ruins in the lush rainforest. We even managed to take a short cut through the nice shady trails instead of trekking up the hard pavement in the sun.
The first viewpoint (The advertised Belvedere Lookout) was ...
... from the ship to the island. Even more interesting — Moo’rea doesn’t have tender vessels. The Carnival Legend had to launch their lifeboats for us instead. This actually provided a two-fold advantage. Not only did Carnival get to test out four of their lifeboats for ...