Marks Place Moorea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... plants, food, tastings and local goodies. Left Papeete 4.30pm for 6 hour flight to Auckland then quick change over for flight to Melbourne. When checking into hotel it was 24 hours since waking in Raiatea and it was Monday night the 29th so Monday flew away in the night ...
... had been put on hold during the trip as the Marquesas are passed by colder currents meaning there is little coral. Before reaching the Marquesas we had a chance for snorkelling on Takapoto in the Tuomotos. I saw the most clams I've ever seen, my first octopus and 1000s of fish swimming in a barrel whose shadow I thought was a boat that I was about to collide with.
On Nuka Hiva, the first of the Marqesan islands, I was looking forward to ...
... 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 ...
... our bags under a very strong sun. When we arrived, we immediately changed clothes to even more summery stuff and we left the hotel with three objectives for the day: 1. Have lunch, 2. Go to Papeete's market, and 3. Have dinner at one of the food trucks on the square. We can do everything on foot and, while we are walking, John picks up flowers for our hair. I have just realized that "tipanier" flower is called ...