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narrative of their island history, while pointing out the sights. He was also fully respectful and confident with the Moray Eel.
“Madam, over here,” he exclaimed. It was an exciting experience to see
the intimidating Moray Eel with its huge eyes and barracuda like
teeth; come out of the coral and eat the fish from his hand.<>
Below us, sponges shaped like barrels pulse in and out with jewel hues of
... months since a serious shop. We did include a bus trip up the west coast to one of the special events for “Hieva” – Even though it is the weekend of Bastille Day - the Tahitians do not
particularly recognize this but have massive celebrations honouring their
traditions of dance, music, physical strength and skills. At the site of a natural museum surrounded by large grounds, we saw javelin throwing at a coconut 30 feet in the ...
... from South Jersey. What we didn’t know was not only was she from South Jersey, we lived within 5 miles of each other and she and her husband knew one of our neighbors! We go halfway around the world only to meet someone who lives in the same zip code! We ended up having dinner with them. We went to the evening show for a little while, which was a NY Cabaret done by the cruise director, but we really were too tired to stay for it all, so we left and went to ...
... only a few feet away!
-Jump off your deck into the lagoon! Stand on the railing and just do it!
-Sunset dinner and cruise. Ask for DeeDee, he rocks and puts on an awesome show!
-Lay naked on your deck! Oh come on!!! You know you always wanted to, now you can!
-Dinner at Villa Mahana. Book it when you book your stay. They are normally booked 3-9 months in advance!
Got a food ...
... as well as some sort of poi pudding and fresh fruit. Shared this trip with several of the couples we have met thru cruise critic. This fabulous excursion came to an end with Patrick serenading us on the way back to the pier. Lots of laughs watching John who was dead to the world being serenaded by Patrick up close and personal. He was a good sport when he finally woke to hear all of us having a laugh at his ...