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 …
... and with the waters still quite warm, it was a leisurely dive. The group of divers we were with were all relatively new to the sport, most having just got their dive certificate on this trip it seemed! This made not only Erich one of the more experienced divers, but me as well! We kind of did our own thing on this dive since by this time the dive masters knew that on this sort of dive (no current, easy visibility etc) that we could easily handle ourselves. We always kept ...
... 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 came back to the room and went to sleep. It was a fun night but that won’t be happening again for a while. I don’t know how people go down to the crew bar literally every single ...
... 84 we took the short 35 minute flight to Bora Bora. The main island rises from the centre of a lagoon that is circled by coral reef, quite spectacular from the sky as well as from the boat you take on arrival at the airport (to one of the 12 or so hotels). Our hotel, the MaiTai, is in the south east corner of the island and we had a bungalow right on the beach. This is a couples paradise and it is unsurprising that it is a prime ...
... there however was that we were EXTRA super excited to pack up and get on our way to Kiwiland!!
On our last day, we really took our time and laid everything out so we could sort through and get rid of as much stuff as possible before moving to the mainland for one last night in French Polynesia. I must say it was probably one of our best packing jobs to date!!!
Once packed up, we dragged us and our now very full bags to the bus stop to wait. At this bus ...