Pension Motu Iti
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... breath with baby before they swam away. Of course we all chased them like crazed lunatics, but in two flicks of a tail they had disappeared into the blue and there was no hope for us catching up. We swam back to the boat to follow them with our faster mode of transportation before hopping back in the water to swim with them some more. The second attempt didn't last as long as momma was annoyed with us and they swam away in less than half the time we had with them the ...
... bridge that over looks the dolphin pools and explained some more about the Dolphins. The two males are almost 21 and the female is 37. One of them originally came from San Diego while the other two came from Hawaii. At night they have guards just to ensure the Dolphins stay safe and no people try to swim or feed them. The food they eat comes from a fish farm in Canada. It comes twice a year and is frozen. Therefore, the food ...
... pool and queuing at the smoothie bar or coffee shop and before you know it you are friends with 50% of the entire population aboard the ship. From chatting to one couple on a tour we discovered that there were 2 other Jersey Islanders on the cruise and lo and behold one day whilst making small talk in the smoothie queue I found myself talking to them, small world. We had the added bonus that we spent so long playing Big O Point games that we also became friends with ...
... we knew it our time on Moorea was over and we were stood in the road hoping and praying that the bus would pass us and take us back to the ferry as we really didn't want to be paying taxi prices. We did get sun burned and attacked by mosquitos whilst waiting but eventually the bus came and delivered us in plenty of time for the ferry back to Tahiti.
As we were waiting for the ferry we were suddenly overwhelmed by the sheer number of ...
... the local juice for the island. It is also a distillery, and I noticed a brand of whiskey made there, when in the supermarket. Ate leftover pizza for lunch and, when the weather cheered up a bit, went and sat on the end of the stone jetty, which was not in a very safe or happy state. The water at the far end of it was clear, whereas it was a little muddy at the landward end. The sun came out and we swam and read and Amanda fell asleep. Later on Amanda used the pool again and ...