Pension Motu Iti
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Ich bin ein bisschen spät mit posten über meine Woche in Moora, da ich irgendwie keine Lust hatte zu schreiben. Vom 7. Juli bis 12. Juli war ich auf Moorea, der Schwesterinstel von Tahiti. Sie ist nur 25 Minuten mit der Fähre entfernt. Ich war die ganze Zeit in der Penstion Motu Iti. Die Eigentümer waren sehr freundlich und die Pension war einfach …
... a ways down to the beach and
got my snorkel gear out. I walked in the water and it was so warm, actually
towards the shore it was almost hot and it was really shallow for a long ways
out. I saw so much coral and beautiful,
bright fish. There were two big red mushrooms that I saw, too. Finding Nemo to the extreme. After that I
laid out for a long time and it was the first time I really understood what
people have been saying about the Tahitian sun and how hot it is. ...
... cool water of the pacific ocean!
We were lucky, and just after we had walked a bit and managed to find a store to get some extremely delicious ice cream cups, a couple of young tahitian girls picked us up and dropped us off at our campsite. Practically running into the water, we were very happy to be back to a beach after the long exhausting day through the forest. Every minute was worth it though, from start to finish it was a great day with great views and lots of ...
... and relaxation were the order of the day. In the evenings we ate at our hotel and this seemed to have by far the busiest restaurant around, may have something to do with the restaurant owner personally doing the pickups and drop offs from other hotels. The weather was quite windy with sporadic sunshine around 27c and on our first night we experienced 60km/h winds that howled straight through our bungalow roof - a sleepless night alas. ...
... yet nothing at all for the three weeks we stayed and played in paradise.
Day to day:
We managed to save a LOT of money by couchsurfing for two of the three weeks we stayed in French Poly, specifically on Moorea, the second biggest island and closest to the main island Tahiti. We lucked out with the family we got to stay with, a wonderful young family with two daughters aged 1 and 3! Not only was the family very welcoming and friendly, but their home was ...