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... out of Moorea.
The show in the Aurora Theatre was Australian entertainer, Patrick McMahon who had us laughing with his powerhouse show of comedy and singing. He was excellent, one of the best shows we had seen on board so far, and we brought his signed CD of music after the show. Dinner was in the main dining room, exchanging stories of our day with fellow diners, then an early night because we have another big day tomorrow in Bora Bora. I am getting ...
... and the variety of fish were amazing: big luminous blue ones, white ones, yellow, red - all the colours of the rainbow. Such clear water. The waves broke on the reef a couple of hundred metres further out so the lagoon was calm. The sun shone. At 11.30 and at 2.00 there was 'feeding time', orchestrated by a very fit and experienced young man with his bucket of bread scraps. No meat. There were maybe twenty of us in the water with him, including a girl from Paris who was ...
... cruising. If you don’t sleep one night, no worries, you can just grab a nap during the day. There is no driving to do or packing etc.
We are looking forward to dinner a LaReserve tonight. It will be very special I am sure. Last night at Red Ginger was absolutely superb…Sea Bass in miso broth, teriyaki steak that would melt in your mouth, beef carpaccio and glazed Tiger prawns. Yummy.
... 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 ...
Pronounced Moor’-eh-ah. This island is a close neighbor to Tahiti Island and one of several in a chain. The population is much smaller on this one, so small in fact, that unlike Tahiti, there is no pier. This meant dropping anchor in a deep water cove and using tenders to ...
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