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Travel Blogs from Raiatea
... the water by our bungalow and watched the fish for a while. There were not many colorful fish, but the fish were plenty.
By the time we were done playing in the water and washed up, and downloaded the video/pictures, it was around 1. We went to lunch and I had one of the best salad!! It has grapefruit, chicken, avocado, lettuce, hard-boiled eggs, toasted macadamia nuts, etc. Just delicious!
The Warrens and we played games for a while after ...
... water and green lush mountains, there really was nothing much else. We stopped at a couple of places to take some photos, visit a pearl shop which was the outlet of a pearl farm. That's about it. We came back to the pier. Bob drove to return the car (and the guy drove him back to the pier). I came back to the ship. Then we had a late lunch on ship. and I continued to pack afterwards. I also did a load of laundry so we ...
... we sat on our balcony all morning. Pretty awesome. Until we ran out of $80 beer. We decided to exploit a great perk of Bora Bora. Any jewellery store will pick you up from your hotel and drop you off with no obligation to buy! We were driven downtown by Tahiti Pearl Market where I bought some cheap beers and wine for our room.....and some pearl earrings for Jackie. Damn! Their free ride scam worked. But...the 12 beers and earrings were probably not much more than if I ...
... shucking races, fruit carrying races, stone lifting comps, traditional dance and song.
Pearls everywhere – more than you can imagine. – and more cruisers than we expected to see. We must have all read the same programme!
During the week, we hitched into Papeete. Yes – people do stop - even for a family of three! Activities included getting information on parts, where to dock in the city- and to buy a computer. You may ...
... to have any kind of linguistic skills.
Our host was charming and efficient (not to mention a great cook) but he failed miserably with seating arrangements for dinner - one big table, where everyone is supposed to get on like old friends on a house party weekend. You get the picture, all Chipping Norton only with palm trees and mosquitoes.
The only problem was that Colin and I were seated at one end of the long table and ...
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