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... sense. The pizzas were definitely made with love (and no English) and we quickly devoured every bite. We had passed the Tiki Village on our way to Pizza Daniel and decided to inquire about a reservation on our way back to the house. This was the polynesian dinner and show that we were told not to miss. Thankfully they had an opening that evening, so we decided to go for it! We had about 5 hours to kill before we needed to be back there for dinner, so we headed home ...
Well I have more time on my hands in the last few days than I have had in most of my travels but I have gotten lazy with my blog for the last four days so I used this morning to catch up on it for a bit. At 11:00 I was picked up at the hotel and transferred to the Tiki Village, the same place I watched the show last night. I wanted to do some hands on traditional activities and hence my visit to the village. The first ...
... As cruise virgins we had no idea what this meant but we agreed and the next day received a shiny invite in our cabin postbox inviting us to dinner in the Grand Dining Room. It turns out that the staff can host tables which gives them the opportunity to eat in the nice dining rooms with guests and the benefit to us is that they get free wine, woo hoo, win-win. Before we knew it we were being overwhelmed with invites and were struggling to fit everything into our day. ...
We had thought that we would be drinking coffee in the ferry terminal to burn up time before we could get on the cruise but it turned out that following the masses with their matching oversized cases we could go straight on board.
So here we were about to experience our very first real cruise island hopping around French Polynesia and onwards to Pitcairn Island, Easter Island and Lima, Peru.
All Aboard, anchors away ...
... to be raw tuna in coconut milk, a local speciality. As it was also included in the small set menu's price we ordered that, which included a beer and an ice cream dessert. Almost like coleslaw, the vegetables are first sliced up finely, sprinkled with lemon juice, then coconut milk is added and, at the last moment, chunks of raw very fresh tuna, delicious. Walked back in the inky blackness and looked at the stars, no light pollution here, so many, a sparkling carpet, the Milky ...