Marks Place Moorea
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... was delicious. We got our half price cocktails beforehand (I had the cocktail du jour with Kahlua and baileys in it with guava cream and something else - yum). I love the French cuisine. There are a lot of French people here (and Aussies - another Melbourne family have the bungalow next to ours, and Americans of course). I love getting to use my non-existent French! I must be getting better at it, because once, just once, someone continued on in French. Usually they switch to ...
... Tuna, Squid, Lemons, Lychees; all hanging in a line.
It is much nicer to drive passed one of the numerous fires that burn than it is to have to walk through it.
Sometimes an old lady with no teeth on the beach just wants to give you some shells.
Tahiti is a very sexy place. It is no wonder it bewitched many a mutineer and passing whaleman. Male and female ...
... 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 ...
... the balcony and took a few pictures. I turned on the TV (an old small TV) but all stations were in French. Oh well. We will meet the Warrens at noon and head to the ship.
Oh, when we looked out from our hotel room, we saw the various piers aside from where our big ship docked. There was the dock where we boarded the sail boat to go to Marlon Brando’s island, Tetiaroa, the first time we came here! It was a charter boat by a French couple. And ...
... 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 ...