Marks Place Moorea
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Travel Blogs from Maharepa
... down by the coral and then coming back in to the shallows. It's the first time I've ever see a shark in the water and not on a TV. There was going to be no more paddling in the sea that afternoon that's for sure. We walked to the shop, grabbed a sandwich each and then spent the afternoon by the pool instead. That was nice and the pool was a little cooler than the sea so it was nice to have a dip in there. The sea here is the warmest I've found I think. It's the first time I've ...
... lunch time chat from 'The Bridge' The afternoon was spent in a combination of 1 hour sunbathing and then we were called to the launderette ,because there was ************e in.Again,much like the promenade deck, you've got to make the most of the opportunity,there has been many an argument and disagreement taken place in the laundrette, a place of much activity!!!!!!!! Enjoyed our meal and company, had a look out at the back of the ship before retiring for the ...
... a volunteer to open up the tough coconut, so naturally I volunteered to get my daily exercise. Everyone cheered me on like I was on Man vs Food as I shucked the coconut, and then cracked it open. Alison took some great videos, and we even drank the coconut water from the coconut I opened using only my bare hands, bare feet, and a stick. Champion!!! After our delicious lunch and cocktail session, we were free to tour the mini-island that was surrounded ...
... of the surroundings. With only small and scattered dwellings almost hidden amongst the thriving jungle, makes it hard to estimate the size of the town and its population. Around me I see perhaps 15 other vessels at anchor. Along the shore, scattered houses and business’s, some protruding out into the water on piles. A mixture of traditional thatched roofs and painted corrugated iron roofs all blending in to this quiet and peaceful ...
... 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 ...