Marks Place Moorea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... ship and enjoyed a farewell cocktail party
and light dinner with the orchestra playing on deck. Off to the stifling hot, non air conditioned airport at Papeete to catch our flight home on Air Tahiti. After waiting in line for an hour, we were able to go upstairs to the business lounge to cool off before boarding our flight 11:30 pm to Los Angeles.
From LAX we will fly to Houston and then to Fort Myers.
Well... That is all! This adventure is over. On to the next!
... didn't tally with the price we actually got charged.
As we still had time before the ship left, we decided to dump our bags in the cabins and go off the ship again to try and find a wifi spot. It was too far for Gene to walk at this hour, so we left Paul and Margie to try and find it.
Thank goodness I'd decided to come back as they couldn't find a suitable one either!
Who knows what tomorrow will bring in Bora Bora! ...
... was the leader of all the Mayors in the Marquesas. Strings were pulled, calls were made and one morning at breakfast Steve and Dolores told me the wedding was going ahead! Originally they’d asked me to take the video for them but I was also one of the witnesses... eventually being described as a maid of honour by Dolores (not bridesmaid... that would be third time unlucky for me...)
So there I was in my bikini under a sun top witnessing the first ever ...
... but that soon stopped and we were on a dirt road with enormous pot holes. We eventually reached a large grassy clearing of level ground from which we could see many mountain peaks surrounding us. The platform had been made for the filming of the Mutiny on the Bounty so that the film crews were out of everyone's way. As there is only one road encircling the island it would have caused chaos if it had been closed for filmimg. The lower part of the slope up to ...
... it to dry on the balcony and then. Barbara went off to the hotel spa for a massage. It was very relaxing. Immediately after that Sue joined her at the spa for a pedicure and toe nail varnish. Our feet had taken a bashing from the walking in New Zealand and it was time for sandals so they needed to look their best. After that we had to just sit around for a couple of hours to let the varnish dry properly ...