- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... gorgeous so we just enjoyed that.
Then we took the bus back and guess what we had to do again tonight.. "Do You Wanna Dance"! No joke.
But the good news is that the girls helped me out and gave me advice and I got onstage on time for every single number! It was so exciting! Boy does that show take a lot out of me though. After that I snuck into the Officer’s Mess and stole some cereal and an apple, ran back to my cabin to munch on it and went to sleep. A great ...
... got to get the DVD and make some of the dishes from him!
We then played games in the game room till about 2pm. Then Bob and Ira went to the Blackjack tournament, while Fran and I went to the shops on the 5th floor - I wanted to consult Fran on the "travel memory globe" which I really want. We made the decision to get the mini globe (vs the small one which was almost twice the size of the mini, a bit too big for me). Can't wait to get it! Then Fran ...
... to swim. We'll be in Bora Bora tomorrow so we'll swim there.
We stop in at the Huahine Yacht Club and have a local beer. Then we take the shuttle back to the tenders and back to the ship. We have decided to eat in the Grand Dining Room tonight so we'll need to shower and dress and try to be halfway respectable.
Drinks in the Grand Bar before dinner where we meet another ...
... in the village of Maeva, some along the lagoon but most of the more important and impressive Maraes are located on the hillside above Maeva. As we hiked up to the Maraes we passed several mango, papaya, lime, orange and breadfruit trees, all of which were brought to the island by Europeans. Only the coconut is indigenous to the islands of Polynesia. We also stopped at a vanilla farm before going on to the village of Faie where we saw ...
... before their boss wanted to leave for parts north. We went to one night of dancing with them which turned out to be one of the local villages on Bora Bora – very good, but not the high caliber that we ...